Links to recreational activities for everyone
Adventures Without Limits
"offers outdoor adventure trips and clinics for people of all ages and abilities"
Bike First uses a unique approach that has enabled thousands of people, with a myriad of disabilities, to become independent bicycle riders.
The Children’s Course
“Teaching life’s values through golf”
Classes for youths with special needs offered and scholarships are available. For details contact, Amy Bostwick, at (503) 722-1530, Ext. 4.
Sports and Recreation
Oregon City Pool
Recreational swim, family swim, lessons and water exercise.
Special Olympics Oregon Clackamas County
Special Olympics is a worldwide organization dedicated to providing year-round opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition.
“TOPSoccer is a community based soccer program that is designed to meet the needs of children aged 4-19 years with physical and or mental disabilities. The program is geared toward player development rather than to competition. Athletes are placed in teams according to ability not by age.”
Oregon City TOPSoccer Contacts:
Cory/Tammie Moore at (503) 650-0961
Jerry May (Club Services at OYSA)
(503) 626-4625 or (800) 257-7353
Oregon City Parks & Recreation
Oregon Disability Sports
Portland Parks & Recreation: Adaptive & Inclusive Recreation
Oregon City School District is an equal opportunity educator and employer.