Date(s) - 07/01/2019 - 08/31/2019
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Just a short drive away, wounded warriors, veterans and others with physical disabilities have, for 30 years, come to the summer programs of the United States Adaptive Recreation Center (USARC), Southern California’s original adaptive program. With its time-tested formulas, USARC continues its legacy of facilitating access to, and proficiency in, summer recreation in the nearby San Bernardino Mountains, all at the lowest cost of any comparable program in the west, with every lesson including a full or partial scholarship! USARC offers waterskiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, sailing, fishing and Jet-Skiing, and in so doing can address virtually anyone’s excitement level. Add a couple nights spent camping by a glowing campfire under clear, starry skies and it’s the icing on the cake of your water sports fun. If your tastes include water with higher salinity, the USARC again partners with Casa Colina Rehabilitation for three days (Aug. 13-15) in Long Beach. Lastly is October’s 25th Annual Peak to Peak Pedal between Big Bear and Mammoth, a lifechanging five-day cycling adventure. You can reference Peak to Peak Pedal ride information at http://usarc.org/peak-topeak-pedal.
Summer sessions are in July and August, and space is limited so reservations are required. Contact USARC at 909-584-0269, firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.usarc.org