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Common Ground Outdoor Adventures: Provides adaptive equipment and support which enable people with disabilities to participate in outdoor recreation alongside their peers.

Website:                 Phone:  (435) 713-0288

Location: Logan                                            Age:  All ages



Developments Skills Laboratory:  Provides day training for individuals, including functional academic, social, daily living, and other skills. There are also summer recreation programs for children and youth with disabilities.


Phone:  (435) 797-1981                                Location: Logan (USU)

Email:               Age:  Up to 21 years


Logan Adaptive  Aquatics: People with disabilities are welcome to come to utilize the Logan Aquatic Center.  Families are encouraged to come and swim with their loved ones. A lifeguard is on duty. Noodles and lifejackets are available. The leisure pool is wheelchair accessible. No cost for participants and families 9 am- 11:30 am June 1- August 24 (closed July 6 & August 10).

Website: enter/adaptive_programs.php

Location: 451 South 500 West, Logan        Phone: (435) 716-9250

Cost and Duration: Vary based on program


OPTIONS for Independence:  A nonresidential Independent Living Center where people with disabilities can gain more control and independence over their lives. They also offer weekly activities throughout the year. Always call first.

Website:             Phone: (435) 753-5353

Location: Logan & Brigham                           Email:

Age: All ages                                                  Cost and Duration: Vary based on program


RISE Services Inc.:  Offers afterschool and summer programs as well as day programs. Summer programs provide children with enjoyable recreational activities that include skill development.  The programs have a high staff-to-child.

Website:    Email:

Phone:   (435) 752-2405                              Location: Logan


Special Olympics- Golden Spikers:  Year Round sports training and athletics competition for people with disabilities. Team practices in Brigham City and Tremonton welcome athletes of all ages from all over Box Elder County.

Website:                   Age: All ages



TOP Sports  Activities: Addresses the recreational and leisure activities needs of children and youth with disabilities living in the Cache Valley area. Activities include: t-ball, basketball, soccer, bowling, and swimming. Check us out on Facebook!

Website:   E-mail:

Phone:  (435) 797-3727                                 Age:  Swimming-all ages, others-start at age 2 ½

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