Indoor Activities

Adaptive Climbing

Adaptive climbing allows people with disabilities to reach new heights - quite literally! Whether climbing independently, with a side-climber, or using special adaptive climbing equipment, climbers of all abilities can learn new techniques on the wall.


ASPNC's sled hockey team is comprised of players with and without disabilities. A special Thank You to Turtle Ridge Foundation for their support in helping to fund ice time for the team at Fenton Chester Ice Arena!

Tennis - Wheelchair and Adaptive

Learning how to play tennis is the same for everyone, no matter your ability. Come and learn the proper way to hold the racket, basic strokes and all the extra details that make tennis fun and exciting for players of all abilities!  Summer programming takes place at the Franconia Inn. Spring programming takes place at the Tamarack Tennis Camp. Wheelchair tennis lessons are also available upon request.


This success-oriented program is designed to develop basic swim skills in a structured setting with individualized support from two WSI certified instructors as well as trained volunteers. For participants who may be working on conquering their fear of the water to become more comfortable moving in and under it; new swimmers learning the skills needed to be safe and have fun in the water or swimmers looking to improve swim skills they may already have.  Participants can compete in the Regional and State Special Olympics Swim meets.  Contact ASPNC for more information.


Boccia is a game of strategy and accuracy that anyone can play. Individuals or teams will throw or roll a ball in an attempt to get as close as possible to the "Jack." Whether played one-on-one or as part of a team, this fun and engaging sport will test your skills!  Participants can compete in either Paralympic or Special Olympic's Regional and State games.  Contact ASPNC for more information.