Recreational Resources

Name
Link
Description
Location
Age Range
Highland Friendship Clubhighlandfriendshipclub.orgThe mission of the Highland Friendship Club is to serve individuals with disabilities from teens through adulthood by providing a range of opportunities to develop lifelong skills, friendships and connections within their community.Metro14+
B.L.A.S.T.mymagicalfriends.com/blast-come-join-us.htmlB.L.A.S.T. Bold Lives And Strong Ties mission is to provide access to opportunities in the community for individuals and families dealing with a disability and to interact and build ties of strength with members of our community.MetroAll ages
Gigi's Playhousegigisplayhouse.org/twincitiesGiGi’s Playhouse Twin Cities provides free programs that are educational and therapeutic in nature to individuals with Down syndrome from birth through adulthood, their families and the community.St. Louis ParkAll ages
We Can Ridewecanride.orgWe Can Ride's mission is serving children and adults living with physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral disabilities with the goal to enhance our client's skills and well being through challenging programs of therapeutic horseback riding.MetroAll ages
In the Company of Kidscokartscenter.comIt is the mission of "In The Company of Kids" to encourage learning through artistic methods that are individually meaningful to ALL students, including special needs.  We provide quality, innovative programs in a safe, clean, family-friendly, fun environment.MetroAll ages
Minnesota Special Olympicsspecialolympicsminnesota.orgSpecial Olympics’ athletic, health and leadership programs, people with intellectual disabilities transform themselves, their communities and the world.Statewide8+
SO Young Athletesspecialolympicsminnesota.org/Young_AthletesYoung Athletes™ is an innovative sports play program for all children aged 2 to 7 years old, designed to introduce children with intellectual disabilities to the world of sports prior to Special Olympics eligibility.Statewide2 yrs to 7 yrs
Miracle Leaguemiracleleaguemn.comProvide opportunities for children between the ages of 3-19 with disabilities, to play Miracle League baseball, regardless of ability.Statewide3 yrs to 19 yrs
Valley Friendship Clubwww.valleyfriendshipclub.orgThe Mission of the Valley Friendship Club is to promote and provide safe accessible social opportunities while fostering friendships. To this end, we aim to enhance community connections, empower club participants to strengthen important life skills and create greater social independence.East MetroGrade school - young adult (plus whole families...)
Reach for Resourceswww.reachforresources.orgREACH programs are specifically designed to promote our clients' physical health and fitness, build social skills, enhance leadership and community awareness skills, and provide breaks for caregivers. We offer activities for individuals of all ages with cognitive disabilities. Our programs are offered in partnership with twelve local municipalities, area school districts, and Hennepin and Carver counties.Metro5+