We can’t wait for you to discover why our city is one of the most unique places to visit along the Georgia coast. Here you will find a variety of outdoor adventures, unexpected history and many one-of-a-kind dining options.
J.F. Gregory Park’s 3.5-mile trail takes visitors through former rice fields with opportunities for exercising and bird watching. Head over to the Fort McAllister Marina to book a fishing charter, eco tour or a trip down the river. Nearby, the Fort McAllister State Historic Park offers camping, geocaching, hiking, kayaking, fishing and canoeing. You won’t want to miss their muse-
um and fort showcasing the Civil War battle site which marks the end of Sherman’s March to the Sea. Back in the 1930s, Henry Ford found the old fort and restored it.
Yep, that Henry Ford. The automobile industrialist and his wife Clara made Richmond Hill their home during the cold Michigan winters from 1925–1947. During their time here, they set out to grow rubber plants and ended up growing an entire community. Stop by the Richmond Hill Visitors Center and the Richmond Hill History Museum to learn more and drive the Coastal Bryan Heritage Trail to see the many other community buildings from the Ford era.
The Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) promotes Richmond Hill, Georgia, as a competitive meeting and leisure destination among its peers, encompassing its unique blend of nature, culture and heritage in a manner that supports the interests of both the local hospitality industry and our residents, thereby encouraging economic growth for our community. The monthly meeting of the Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Directors is held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 8:30 a.m., unless otherwise specified, at 10750 Ford Avenue, Richmond Hill. The meeting agenda is available the week prior at the CVB office.
Richmond Hill Convention and Visitors Bureau
P.O. Box 280
10750 Ford Avenue
Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Phone: (912) 756-2676
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