Recreational activities

Recreation refers to all those activities that people choose to do to refresh their bodies and minds and make their leisure time more interesting and enjoyable. Sports and Recreation for the Blind provides activities with little to no adaptations for our participants.

Hiking

Hiking, walking in nature is a perfect a recreational activity. Especially among those with sedentary occupations, hiking is a natural exercise that promotes physical fitness, is economical and convenient, and requires no special equipment. Because hikers can walk as far as they want, there is no physical strain unless they walk among hills or mountains.

An image of a female hiker standing next to a river.
An image of various card games adapted for the blind. Uno and  braille playing cards.

Board games/ video games

Board games are tabletop games that typically use pieces moved or placed on a pre-marked board (playing surface) and often include elements of tablecardrole-playing, and miniatures games as well. It is a great way to have fun with friends or family because most feature a competition between two or more players. With modified equipment people with vision loss can easily play. 

Live baseball game

Baseball is a sport with a rich history that holds a special place in the hearts of many people throughout the United States of America, earning it the title of America's pastime. That's why fans are always looking to get out to the ballpark to catch a game in person, the way it was meant to be seen. There are a variety of league and levels of baseball for fans to enjoy, so get out to a game sometime soon and have yourself a great time at the ballpark.

A image of a blind group at a Dodgers baseball game