Equipment Loan Program

Prescott is proud to provide our local community with short-term loans of recreation equipment.

Get out and enjoy summer!

Our summer equipment loan program is funded by the Equipment Loan Program Grant by Recreation Nova Scotia. Thank you for helping us provide this opportunity!

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What equipment is available to borrow?

(Scroll down for more information about the equipment.)

  • Mobo Triton 3-Wheeled Cruiser
  • Mobi-Chair Floating Beach Wheelchair
  • Bashminton Set
  • Life Jackets
  • Large Adult Helmet
  • Small Adult Helmet

How do I request an equipment loan?

First, download and complete the Equipment Loan Program Waiver (PDF, 107 kb)

Then call Hannah at (902) 454-7387 ext. 223 or send her an email. She will be happy to tell you more about our equipment loan program.


Image of Mobo Triton 3-Wheeled Cruiser

Mobo Triton 3-Wheeled Cruiser

This recumbent adult trike sits low to the ground for balance and safety.

It has rear-wheel steering and hand brakes.

It fits users from 4-feet to 6-feet-3-inches tall, and has a 250-pound weight limit.

This trike takes wide turns and cannot take sharp turns. When riding, look for turns and take them early and slowly.

This trike is best for flat ground. It cannot handle steep hills.

You can find more information about the Mobo Triton on the Mobo Triton official website.

Image of Mobi-Chair Floating Beach Wheelchair

Mobi-Chair Floating Beach Wheelchair

The Mobi-Chair is great for sandy beaches. It even floats in the water!

It comes apart in just a few minutes for easy transport and storage.

When taken apart, it can fit in most cars.

You must wear a life jacket when using this chair in the water.

You can find more information about the Mobi-Chair on the Mobi-Chair official website.

Bashminton Set

Bashminton is just like badminton but with bigger rackets and a large bouncy birdie ball!

Contact Us

(902) 454-7387

3430 Prescott Street
Halifax, NS B3K 4Y4

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#1216 97338 RR0001

Prescott Group is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. We are all Treaty people.

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