Accessible Playgrounds

Help ARB and NPR build this list of accessible playgrounds in Massachusetts! If you know of a great place for all kids to play, let ARB know. We’re kind of kids at heart, so don’t be surprised if you find us checking out the swings and slides…


Get Inspired

A great blog from one of our members about accessible adventures and adaptive recreation:


Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation

Did you know that Massachusetts has great accessible resources for getting outside all year long? (

DCR Park Interpreters invite visitors with disabilities to nature walks and interpretive programs scheduled seasonally around the state.

Assistive listening equipment is available upon request at many parks. Recorded brochures, walks, and tours are also available at some parks.

Beaches     Pools     Fishing       Boating

Camping    Trails     Picnic        Skating

Ski        Vista      Restrooms

For further information, to request information in alternative formats, or to request American Sign Language interpretation for any DCR program, please contact the Universal Access Program office at:

P.O. Box 484
Amherst, MA 01004
Or call 413-545-5353 voice; 413-577-2200 TTY.