Adaptive Sports | 2 miles North of Durango | Canoeing, Rafting & Kayaking
Adaptive Sports offers multiple water sports options that fit almost any person's needs. You can take a day trip rafting on the Animas River with the Adaptive Sports Association (water level dependent). ASA also offers canoe, kayak, and paddleboard programs on many local area lakes and reservoirs. You can book for the entire family or group. Advanced reservations are required, please visit their website for more details, or call 970-259-0374 to make reservations.
Lake Nighthorse | 4.1 Miles Southwest of Durango | Many Accessible Activities
Lake Nighthorse Recreation Area features limited accessible fishing spots, Adaptive Sports Association water activities, and breathtaking views in every direction. The lake offers wheelchair-accessible parking spaces, accessible restrooms, an ADA fishing dock, and a pavilion adjacent to the boat ramp parking lot.
Located only 4 miles from downtown Durango, Lake Nighthorse has become a locals favorite for day trips and outdoor recreation. Adaptive Sports Association offers accessible canoeing and kayaking programs here as well. Advanced reservations are required, please visit their website for more details, or call 970-259-0374 to make reservations.
Accessible outdoor recreational activities may vary based on conditions and the time of year, precipitation, and other weather events. Please consider elevation profile, trail distance, user skill level, and equipment type when choosing to use a wheelchair-friendly activity. Accessible trails are based on trail width, grade, cross-slopes, obstacles, surface firmness, and surface type. Please note that a wheelchair-friendly or accessible designation does not imply that it meets ADA standards.
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