Eastern Adaptive Sports

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Phone Number (603) 968-7711
Location Ashland, New Hampshire

Eastern Adaptive Sports (EAS) is a community where people can come to find fellowship, education, and life enhancement through sport. EAS is fostered by the idea that people with physical and cognitive challenges can live vibrant, active, healthy lives surrounded by family, friends and community who believe a disability is not a limitation. It is an opportunity.

Founded and staffed by people who live with and understand the many challenging facets a life with a disability can present. We are dedicated to seeking individual opportunities to change lives and ensure life driving purpose through sport, education and advocacy.


Water Skiing
Whether this is your first time on the water or you are an experienced water sports enthusiast looking to hone your craft, EAS provides certified water ski instruction and the latest equipment. We strive to meet the needs from the beginner recreational skier up to those who wish to test their skills in a slalom course.

What better way to explore the beauty of our mountains and lakes than spending an afternoon cycling with Eastern Adaptive Sports. Not only will we fit you to the best bike for your needs, but we will also provide coaching and instruction to help our participants reach the best level of independence and personal goals.

The Lakes Region of New Hampshire offers up some of the premier fishing within the water shed of Squam Lake. Eastern Adaptive Sports has many passionate and experienced local anglers willing to teach you and find those hidden holes that the lakes and streams have to offer. We have specialized vessels and barges for easy access to and from the water.

WhThe beauty of skiing is that it can be done in so many amazing places here in New England, especially when partnering with the experienced adaptive ski schools located in the heart of our ski country. EAS has been fortunate to combine programs with the Spaulding Adaptive Ski Club. Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital transports 15-20 adaptive athletes alongside family members, physical and occupational therapists, some of which are graduate students honing their craft and others are seasoned professionals sharing their wealth of knowledge.