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Though Richmond Hill, Georgia, is the kind of place where you should kick back and soak up nature at its finest, you'll miss out on all there is to do if you don’t make room in your itinerary for exploring Richmond Hill’s highlights. From discovering Henry Ford’s influence on the city to taking a boat out for a fishing trip, from witnessing a Civil War reenactment to spotting a painted bunting on the Colonial Coast Birding Trail, Richmond Hill’s must-do activities will create memories and photo ops to make your explorations unforgettable.

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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.
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.
3203 Ft. McAllister Rd. Richmond Hill
912-727-3473
facebook.com/fishtalesga
This lively waterfront eatery serves seafood in a casual space with a Caribbean vibe and outdoor sea
2 Canebrake Rd. Savannah
912-921-5460
coastalgeorgiabg.org
Once a USDA plant production station, the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is 51 acres of historic plants, ornamental gardens, lakes, early 20th-century buildings and modern pick-your-own berry fields.
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.
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.
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
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.