New York State Parks Has Free Offerings For Disabled

Dated: July 14 2012

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New York State Parks and Recreation offers an Access Pass to residents of New York State with permanent disabilities. The type of disabilities are defined in their application.  This Access Pass offers free use of the parks, historic sites, and recreational facilities which are operated by N.Y.S. Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation - and this includes free access to golfing at State Courses.

To qualify for an access pass, one must be a N.Y.S. resident and provide proof of disability in the form of certification.  A few of the possible certifications include - certification from N.Y.S. Mental Health Office, and certification you are a Veteran of War with 40% or greater disability.

Other physician's certification may include - amputation, limited field of vision, profound hearing loss, and permanent disabilities.

To obtain an access pass application, one may go the Parks Office at Rockloand Lake State Park in Congers, or contact Access Pass, Stae Parks, Albany, N.Y. 12238.

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