• Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

    Maine Adaptive Sports & Recreation

    Categories

    Hiking/Walking TrailsMountain BikingBikingCanoe, Kayak, Boat Trips, Rentals, SuppliesNon Profit OrganizationsOutdoor LearningSkiing & Snowboarding - AlpineSkiing & Snowshoeing - Nordic

    About Us

    At Maine Adaptive we believe that having access to and participating in recreational sports is integral to a well-rounded life for every person.

    Maine Adaptive is the largest year-round adaptive recreation program in the state of Maine for adults and children with physical disabilities. Over 400 volunteers assist our athletes in appreciating the joys and challenges of sports participation.

    Maine Adaptive provides over 3500 lessons winter and summer, free of charge, thanks to the generous support of Sunday River, Sugarloaf, Pineland Farms, and individuals, businesses, corporations, and foundations that sustain our program every year.

    The foundation of Maine Adaptive is our dedicated and passionate volunteers who donate their time and expertise 3300 days annually instructing in all levels of sport.

    Images

    Climbing at Salt Pump in Scarborough, ME.
    Climbing at Salt Pump in Scarborough, ME.
    Cycling in Bangor, ME.
    Cycling in Portland, ME.
    Paddling on Range Pond in Norway, ME
    Paddling in Acadia, ME
    Serving on the tennis courts at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME.
    Tennis at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME.
    Golf at Toddy Brook in North Yarmouth, ME
    Golf at Toddy Brook in North Yarmouth, ME
    Snowshoeing at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME.
    Nordic Skiing at Pineland Farms in New Gloucester, ME
    Skiing at Sugarloaf in Carrabassett Valley, ME.
    Skiing at Sunday River in Newry, ME.
    Skiing at Sunday River in Newry, ME.
    Mountain biking at Mt. Abram in Greenwood, ME.

    Rep/Contact Info

    Ms. Liz Evans
    Development Coordinator