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Participants Eligibility Requirements:

Any disabled Veteran or Active Duty service member. We also are able to sometimes accommodate family members/caretakers. For the “disabled” status- that is self-reported and can be physical or invisible wounds.

Designated Areas of Service:

Outdoor Recreation and Adventure

Contact Information:

Name: Caitlin Bognaski

Groups and Military Assistant Program Manager



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National Ability Center
Park City, UT

The National Ability Center (NAC) seeks to honor and empower military service members, veterans, and their families through participation in adaptive sports programs that nurture their minds, bodies, and spirits. Regardless of ability, the NAC provides recreational, rehabilitative, therapeutic and whole life programs.

Headquartered in Park City, UT and with offices in Moab and Salt Lake City, the NAC provides a wide range of sports and recreational activities to military service members, veterans and their families in its pristine mountain and wilderness settings. Adaptive Recreation Activities include skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting, sled hockey, mountain biking, archery, water skiing, challenge course, indoor/outdoor rock climbing, Nordic skiing, equestrian activities and more.


In addition to our NAC military programming, we serve as a host site for various military and veteran organizations. Partnerships include Team Semper Fi, The Wounded Warrior Project and the National Center for Veterans Studies who utilize NAC facilities and programming to serve the veteran community. The NAC welcomes all branches of service, active duty and veteran service members of all conflicts to engage in sport, recreation, and wellness programs in order to make a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others.


From single-day lessons to multi-day retreats, NAC offers a wide variety of individual, family and group programs for active-duty and veteran service members and their families. These programs are designed to encourage greater independence and improved general health and well-being consistent with a balanced and physically active lifestyle.

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