Active Again

The Adaptive Recreation Pilot Program

Register for Active Again

The KLSRC is excited to offer new recreation opportunities to Kawartha Lakes residents in 2019!

In this program, participants will have the opportunity to try various recreational activities in a comfortable environment with other participants also interested in a modified option.

The emphasis is on trying something new, or revisiting a previously enjoyed activity, modified to participants’ current ability level, all while having fun and enjoying some social interaction. It’s a great opportunity to learn some new skills and build confidence in a multi-activity setting. In partnership with community recreation providers, this program has been designed to give you the chance to find an activity that will motivate you to be Active Again.

These activities, modified through the use of different rules or adaptive equipment, will be of special interest to older
adults, persons with disabilities, or adults who are getting active again. Most adaptive equipment can be provided at no cost.


Fenelon Falls Program Schedule

Nordic Pole Walking – 4 sessions Wednesdays April 17, 24 May 1, 15; 1:00 pm – for more info contact – COMPLETED

Cycling – select 1-2 sessions Wednesdays from June to August; 10:00 am or 1:00 pm – for more info contact – COMPLETED

Adaptive (walking) Rugby – 4 sessions Wednesdays in June; 1:00-3:00 pm – for more info contact – COMPLETED

Yoga – select 4 sessions Fridays in July and August; 11:15 am -12:30 pm – for more info contact – FULL

Pickleball – 4 sessions Wednesdays September 11,18, 25, October 2; 1:00-3:00 pm – for more info contact

Curling – 4 sessions Sundays in November; @ 3:00 pm – for more info contact


Register for: ALL 6 ACTIVITIES $70.00

Register for: 4 ACTIVITIES $60.00

Register for: 3 ACTIVITIES $50.00

Register for: 1 ACTIVITY $30.00


Register for Active Again


Logos for the Kawartha Cycling Club, Kawatha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council, and Ontario Trillium Foundation

These more accessible recreation options are made possible through a grant provided to the Kawartha Cycling Club (KCC) from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. KCC has in turn, generously partnered with KLSRC and other CKL sport organizations to offer sessions in up to 6 different activities throughout 2019.