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Family Fun

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Kids getting a little restless? There are plenty of activities in or near Richmond Hill, Georgia, that will let them burn off extra energy, as well as create those special moments that they’ll tell their own kids about when they have families of their own. From fishing trips and nature walks to swimming and horseback riding, here are some of our favorite family friendly places and activities.

Check out our latest family-friendly events: http://richmondhillreflectionslive.com/events/list/

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Name Address Description
500 Veterans Memorial Pkwy Richmond Hill
912.268.0364
bryanbarkpark.com
To provide an off-leash dog park for the Richmond Hill, GA area which is safe for families and where well-behaved dogs can safely run free, socialize and play. To also ensure that the Bryan Bark Park provides a well maintained and clean environment for all responsible dog owners in our community.
PO Box 336, 10750 Ford Ave. Richmond Hill
912-756-4573
captaindn.com
Take a fishing trip, not just another boat ride. Captain Newlin has been offering inshore and offshore charters since 1979.
11460 Ford Ave. Richmond Hill
602-397-5300
richmondhillhistoricalsociety.com/museum
Plan your trip to coincide with a Cars & Coffee event, to enjoy classic cars and coffee.
1533 Ft. McAllister Rd. Richmond Hill
912-313-2842
facebook.com/chimneyfield/
Chimney Field Equine Community is the ideal place to board your horse. Chimney Field features a caring and careful staff to watch over your equine friend.
9930 Ford Avenue Richmond Hill
912-756-2676
visitrichmondhill.com/Itineraries-History.php
Embark on a journey where you will learn about many of the fascinating people and stories that make up the rich heritage of south Bryan County, from the Guale Indian Village to automobile magnate Henry Ford. Click to see the Historic Sites Guide.
3894 Ft. McAllister Rd. Richmond Hill
912-727-2339
gastateparks.org/FortMcAllister
Look for fiddler crabs and raccoons while exploring Fort McAllister's nature trails, and imagine life as a Civil War soldier when touring bunkers. Kayak, canoe and SUP rentals, bike rentals, a playground and geocaching are available.
520 Cedar St. Richmond Hill
912-756-3345
richmondhill-ga.gov/Facilities/Facility/Details/J-F-Gregory-Recreational-Park-6
This 335-acre community park includes more than 3 miles of groomed walking and biking trails, a state-of-the-art children's playground, a 25,000-square-foot covered pavilion, and large open areas for picnicking.
2477 U.S. Hwy. 17 Richmond Hill
912-756-7446
midnightstarpottery.com
This interactive pottery and art studio in Richmond Hill has everything you need to create your personal masterpiece. Whether it’s painting, glass fusion or working with clay, bring your imagination, we’ll supply the rest.
9998 Ford Ave., Ste. 7, behind Charlie Graingers. Richmond Hill
912-459-0160
teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=canrhac
The Richmond Hill Aquatic Club is a competitive swim club with a development model that ends at the Olympic level.
597 Kilkenny Road Richmond Hill
678-879-3423
georgiawildlife.com/richmond-hill-archery-range
The Richmond Hill Archery Range is located on Richmond Hill Wildlife Management Area in Bryan County. The Range features 4 static archery range target stations, archery tower with six 3D targets and a 3D archery trail with 15 targets.
53 Sterling Links Way Richmond Hill
912-727-4653
www.richmondhillgolfclub.com/
The Richmond Hill Golf Club, with its balance of playability and adventure, is a exceptional course designed by local lover of golf, Ben MacMillan. Situated on the banks of Sterling Creek and in the heart of Downtown Richmond Hill, Georgia, the course boasts his deep-rooted passion for the game. More than just another golf course, Richmond Hill Golf Club's winding paths explore the creative side of one's ability and offers the thrill of accomplishment.
11460 Ford Ave. Richmond Hill
912-756-3697
www.richmondhillhistoricalsociety.com/
Learn about Ways Station, now Richmond Hill, in a building built in 1940 by Richmond Hill's most famous residents, automobile industrialist Henry Ford and his wife, Clara, which served as a kindergarten to local children.
Bryan and McIntosh Counties

georgiawildlife.com/richmond-hill-wma
Richmond Hill Wildlife Management Area is located in Bryan and McIntosh counties. The 7,400-acre property offers river fishing and occasionally hosts kids fishing events. A boat ramp and canoe access is also available. Visit the website to see the interactive map.
Bryan and McIntosh Counties
912-262-3173
georgiawildlife.com/richmond-hill-wma
Richmond Hill Wildlife Management Area is located in Bryan and McIntosh counties. The 7,400-acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game and feral hog. Visit the website to see the interactive map.