Find out here about leisure and recreational activities that fall outside of the arts or sports and fitness.
Info on things to see and do in Bray.
Info on things to see and do in Greystones.
Active Retirement Ireland website
Find out about local Active Retirement Associations and the recreational and social activities they offer.
All Trails: accessible trails in Ireland
Beyond the Trees Avondale: wheelchair-accessible Treetop Walk and Viewing Tower high up in the tree canopy. Changing Places toilet facility.
CASA – Caring & Sharing Association
Social activities for people with disabilities.
Festina Lente Equestrian Centre
Private riding lessons; therapeutic riding and learning programmes for children and adults with disabilities and learning difficulties.
Sensory garden in Burnaby Park, Greystones, developed by Greystones Tidy Towns and Wicklow Triple A Alliance.
Lakers Sports and Recreational Club
Sports and social activities for adults and children with intellectual disabilities.
Lough Ree Access for All Boat Trips – not in Wicklow but great for a day trip out!
For information on local Men’s Sheds – there is a Men’s Shed in Greystones and a Men’s and Women’s Shed in Bray.
Parent-run activities club for children and teens on the autistic spectrum – based in South Dublin.
Bray Area Partnership Social Prescribing Well-being service
Free one-to-one support to help you identify activities of interest in your own community that can benefit your health and well-being.
Bray beach south has an accessible walkway during the summer months.
Greystones South Beach has an access mat.
Greystones South Beach accessible playground