Seated ice skating sleds allow people with disabilities to skate during public skating. Use short hockey sticks with picks to propel yourself or a stroller bar handle allows another skater to push you. Sizes and styles vary. Recommended for uncrowded skating conditions typical of weekdays and some weekend public skate sessions.  Two sleds usually available at the following rinks.

LocationRink NameAddressPhone
AuburnHorgan400 Oxford Street North508-832-7201
CambridgeSimoni  155 Gore Street617-354-9523
Boston - Brighton  DalyNonantum Road617-527-1741
Boston - Hyde Park  Bajko75 Turtle Pond Pkwy617-364-9188
Boston - North End   Steriti561 Commercial Street617-523-9327
Boston - West Roxbury   Jim Roche Ice Arena1275 VFW Parkway617-323-9512
Brockton   AsiafForest Avenue Extension508-583-6804
Franklin   Pirelli/Vets910 Panther Way508-541-7024
Greenfield   Collins/MoylanBarr Avenue413-772-6891
Holyoke   Fitzpatrick575 Maple Street413-532-2929
Medford  FlynnWoodland Road781-395-8492
Newburyport   Graf28 Low Street978-462-8112
North Adams  Vietnam Vets1010 South Church St.413-664-8185
Plymouth   Armstrong103 Long Pond Road508-746-8825
Revere  Cronin 850 Revere Beach Parkway781-284-9491
Springfield   Smead1780 Roosevelt Ave.413-781-2599
Taunton   Alexio1 Gordon Owen Riverway508-824-4987

DCR Park Interpreters invite visitors with disabilities to nature walks and interpretive programs scheduled seasonally around the state.  

Assistive listening equipment is available upon request at many parks. Recorded brochures, walks, and tours are also available at some parks.  

For further information, to request information in alternative formats, or to request American Sign Language interpretation for any DCR program, please contact the Universal Access Program office at: 

P.O. Box 484
Amherst, MA 01004
Or call 413-545-5353 voice; 413-577-2200 TTY.

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