Recreation Guide for Individuals with Disabilities


Greenville CAN’s Having Fun Workgroup has compiled a list of recreation and arts opportunities for individuals with disabilities in Greenville County.  This guide list both disability specific opportunities as well as opportunities that are inclusive or at least accommodating for individuals with disabilities.


Recreation Opportunity Guide for Individuals with Disabilities

Updated March 2020

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If you have experience with a disability specific recreation / art experience or know of experiences that are inclusive / accommodating that are not in this guide, please contact Lara Ceisel at

The information in this guide is designed to help individuals find opportunities for recreation and arts in Greenville County; however, the organizations, activities, and programs listed in this guide are not specifically endorsed by Greenville CAN.  Individuals are encouraged to verify information with any organization before attending or participating.


People under 65 in Greenville County with a Disability: Census 2012 - 2016

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