SHIP Programs

Funded by the Statewide Head Injury Program (SHIP), these programs are open to people with a brain injury, their family and friends.

People with brain injuries and their family and friends are invited to join All Out Adventures for upcoming guided outdoor recreation programs including cycling and nature hiking.  

Cycling is a great way for people with brain injuries to get exercise, socialize with others, and enjoy nature. We can accommodate riders of all abilities with stable recumbent trikes, tandem cycles including a wheelchair tandem, hand-pedaled cycles as well as traditional two-wheel bikes. Participants can opt to go on a guided group ride or take out a cycle on their own with a companion.

Nature Hikingparticipants of all abilities will be able to access and explore nature on our guided nature hikes. Our hiking program is accessible to those who use wheelchairs or have difficulty walking by using our all-terrain wheelchairs or recumbent trikes with mountain bike tires along accessible trails.

Kayaking is made accessible with the use of recreational kayaks of various designs, including tandem kayaks. They are adaptable to individual needs and can be made more comfortable and stable with the use of pontoons and various other modifications. The program takes place on the beautiful Highland Lake at DAR State Forest in Goshen, MA. 

Call All Out Adventures for more information and to register at 413-584-2052. Or email us.

  • The following programs are open to people with brain injuries and their guests. No charge for programs EXCEPT cabin camping. Equipment provided, but you must pre-register.
  • Meeting times, locations and other details will be confirmed upon registration.
All program sites are wheelchair accessible. Call us for accessibility information.

Download the January-March 2017 schedule here:
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