Welcome to Turning Point

Life Beyond the Sidewalk

Turning POINT would like to wish everyone a merry holiday season and a peaceful 2016.


Turning POINT is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with 36 years experience providing FREE adapted outdoor recreational activities and adventures for those with physical challenges. Each month there are activities scheduled to help those with mobility impairments stay active!


Our 26th Extravaganza is right around the corner - Saturday, June 4. Once again it is being held at Bachman Recreation Center from 9am until 3pm, followed by prizes for doing the activities!  This is a free event. Our activities include: adaptive carts, air rifles, archery, bass fishing, casting, catfish tank, disc golf, duck races, face painting, fly fishing, handcycling, jet skiing, kayaking, mini horses, petting zoo, pontoon rides, rapid fire, r/c cars, sailing, slalom course, tennis, track & field, virtual hunting and waterskiing. Also Advanced Mobility, Camp Craig Allen and Mobility Healthcare will there. Lunch will be providied, so plan to spend the day with us.                  


Our monthly activities are going strong. Handcycling is the 2nd Saturday of the month and boating/fishing is the 1st and 3rd weekend. We are doing indoor archery at Texas Archery Academy in Plano. We are there one Tuesday evening a month. April 19 is the next scheduled date at 6pm-8pm. Again, all events are free. For more information, contact POINT.


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"Our mission is to develop self-esteem and confidence in the physically challenged population through participation in adapted outdoor activities"