ETC is incredibly fortunate to be partnered with California State Parks, BLM, National Parks, and El Dorado County. They give us the beautiful locations to offer our adventures.

Angel Island State Park
Tomales Bay State Park
Calaveras Big Trees State Park
Auburn State Recreation Area
El Dorado County River Recreation
BLM Mother Lode Office
Point Reyes National Seashore

Every year, ETC collaborates with more than 70 community agencies in order to offer our life-changing adventures to people with special needs. The following organizations count on ETC to provide safe, accessible, and exciting adventures for their clients, and we're proud to call them partners.

7 Tepees
Alta Bates Summit- Youth Bridge
Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)
Becoming Independent
Beechwood School
Boy Scouts and Venture Crew
Braille Institute
California Association of Blind Students
California School for the Blind
Cedars of Marin
Center for Independent Living
Chinatown CDC
City of Dreams
Coyote Coast
Crissy Field Center & I-YEL
Crossroads Marin Academy
Disabled Sports, USA
Do It Leisure
Down Syndrome Connection
East Bay Civicorps
East Oakland Boxing Association
Edgewood Center
First Place for Youth
Gilman Playground Rec. Connect
Girls, Inc.
Harmony Health Family Resource
Hatlen Center for the Blind
Healing Adventures
Healing Waters
Hidden Valley Ranch
Home Away From Homelessness
Janet Pomeroy Center
Larkin Street Youth Services
Lipman Middle School
Marin Ventures
Marin Visually Impaired Program
Mission Graduates
National MS Society
New Directions
Oakhill School
Oakland Visually Impaired Program
Orientation Center for the Blind
Pacific Leadership Institute
Packard CHEERS Program
Phoenix Project
Project Avary
Project Insight
Raphael House
Real Options for City Kids (ROCK)
RES Success
Rita da Cascia House
San Ramon Community Center
Santa Cruz Counseling Center
Save the Bay - The Bay Classroom - San Francisco Bay

Seneca Center
SFPD - Wilderness Program
Shared Adventures
Spaulding Wooden Boat Center

SYRCL - South Yuba River Citizens League
Thunder Road
Via Services
Volunteers of America
Visitacion Valley Beacon Center
Walden House
Walnut Creek Special Rec.
YES Program - Santa Cruz Youth

ETC would like to thank the following companies for their support of our mission and programs, whether through sponsorship, in-kind donations, or benefit trips. Contact us if you think your business should be listed below!

Barefoot Wine and Bubbly
ETC's 2011 Make a Ripple Event was a great success, thanks to the Barefoot's contribution!
Captain Kirk's San Francisco Sailing

This organization offers sailing charters for up to 25 people on San Francisco Bay. Currently a portion of all proceeds will go towards ETC’s accessible adventure programs.
Clavey Watersports
Located in Petaluma, CA, Clavey offers kayaks, SUP boards, rafts, racks, classes, and tours. 
Feathercraft Folding Kayaks

Manufacturer of folding kayaks based in Vancouver. Includes a range of folding sit-on-top kayaks.
Fischer Sports
Fischer stands for the development, production, marketing and distribution of first-class equipment. As a single source supplier for both Alpine and Nordic skiing equipment, Fischer offers only premium quality products.
Good Humus Produce
A CSA and farmers market vendor with a program where school classes visit the farm and spend time learning about what its like to be a farmer.
HotShot Imaging
The premier California photography company specializing in whitewater rafting pictures.
Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant
Thank you for supporting ETC's 2011 benefit featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, David Kennedy!
Necky Kayaks

Manufacturer of sea and whitewater kayaks.
Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School

Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School is located on California's Salmon River. The school offers the very best in accommodations, instruction, and fun. 
Sea Trek
Long-time partner and sponsor of the annual Regatta, Sea Trek has provided vital support to the ETC kayaking program.
Outfitters with a mission to make travel as hassle-free and pleasureable as possible. TravelSmith is a long-time ETC supporter, providing donations for auctions and sponsoring annual benefit trips.
Werner Paddles
Designs and manufactures high-quality boating paddles for touring, whitewater, and canoeing.

Following is a list of some national organizations dedicated to making the outdoors accessible. We've included brief descriptions taken from the organizations' Web sites.

Adaptive Sports Center
Promotes and provides outdoor adventure opportunities for individuals with disabilities, their friends, and families from their base in Crested Butte, CO.
Adaptive Snowboarding
Blog post about adapting snowboarding and other winter sports for people with disabilities.
Access Anything
Spreads awareness concerning the need for better accessibility in the travel industry through writing guide books and consulting with industry professionals.
Alliance of People with disAbilities
Dedicated to supporting people with disabilities in becoming as independent as possible, in accordance with their own choices and desires.
American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)
Unity, leadership, and impact are the hopes and convictions of people with disabilities and are necessary to ensure the future of inclusion promised by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
 Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)
BORP is headquarterd in Berkeley, California and is the leading provider and promoter of accessible sports and recreation opportunities for children and adults with physical disabilities in the greater San Francisco bay Area.
Cerebral Palsy Guide 
Cerebral Palsy Guide provides free educational information, financial options, and emptional support for parents and children affected by cerebral palsy. 
Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Resource Center 
Free information, including referral and educational materials on paralysis and spinal cord injury.
Disabled Sports USA
Established in 1967 by disabled Vietnam veterans to serve the war injured, DSUSA offers nationwide sports rehabilitation programs to anyone with a permanent physical disability.
Guide Dogs for the Blind
Provides enhanced mobility to qualified individuals through partnership with dogs whose unique skills are developed and nurtured by dedicated volunteers and a professional staff.
Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation
IAC is committed to promoting and providing accessible outdoor recreational facilities throughout Washington State.
Legislative Coalition for People with Disabilities (Utah)
Advocates for public policy affecting all people in the state of Utah who have disabilities.
Publishes guides offering financial advice, including Scholarships Guide for Students with Disabilities and Independent Living Guide.
National Ability Center 
Committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment.
National Center on Accessibility 
NCA is an organization committed to the full participation in parks, recreation, and tourism by people with disabilities.
National Council on Disability 
Promotes policies, programs, practices, and procedures that guarantee equal opportunity for all individuals with disabilities and empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve economic self-sufficiency, independent living, and inclusion into all aspects of society.
National Organization on Disability 
Promotes the full and equal participation of America's 54 million men, women and children with disabilities in all aspects of life.
National Spinal Cord Injury Association 
Improves care, produces results in research, and addresses everyday living issues that confront all people who use wheelchairs.
National Sports Center for the Disabled 
This innovative nonprofit organization provides recreation for children and adults with disabilities.
No Limits 
Mark Wellman's Truckee based organization. Mark is a nationally recognized and respected motivational speaker.
Splore is an outdoor adventure company based in Utah serving people of all abilities and income levels. They offer whitewater rafting trips on memorable desert rivers, climbing adventures, and winter trips. 
stumps R us
stumps R us is a whimsical support group of cheerful cripples who can answer almost *any* question you might have about life without one, two, three or more limbs.
Summer Search
A high-impact program that gives low-income students the opportunities and support they need to transform their lives, achieve their own potential, and create change as role models and everyday leaders.
This organization  is concerned with human dignity, civil rights, education, and independence for all individuals with disabilities.
Created in 2006, was the first online community for accessible travel with over 5,000 resources and hundreds of writers around the globe. Find guides and tips on accommodations, activites, attractions, tours, transportation and more. Come and explore your world!
Wilderness Inquiry 
Focuses on getting people from all walks of life to personally experience the natural world.

Keeping the great outdoors open to all.