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Outdoors

Stress-Free Zones

There’s no better place to get out and enjoy the sunshine than Richmond Hill, Georgia. Fishing and Eco Tour charters are available out of Ft. McAllister and Kilkenny Marinas. Hunting is available at local preserves and the Richmond Hill Wildlife Management Area. In addition, there are numerous spots for boating, kayaking, and canoeing along our rivers. If you enjoy horseback riding, our local stables can offer a guided historic tour.

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Name Address Description
3894 Ft. McAllister Rd. Richmond Hill
912-264-7218
coastalgadnr.org/FortMcAllisterBoatRamp
Ramp located on left before entering Fort McAllister State Park. (One single-lane ramp)
PO Box 336, 10750 Ford Ave. Richmond Hill
912-756-4573
captaindn.com
Take a fishing trip, not just another boat ride. Eco-tours, too! 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
365dtm.com/richmondhill/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.
Take Exit 90 east on GA Hwy. 144 for 14.1 miles Richmond Hill
912-264-7218
gadnr.org/DemeriesCreek
The concrete, single ramp will get you into the water quickly.
3894 Ft. McAllister Rd. Richmond Hill
912-727-2339
gastateparks.org/FortMcAllister
This scenic park, found and restored by Henry Ford, showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy. The earthworks were attacked seven times by Union ironclads but did not fall until 1864—ending General William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea.” Explore the grounds with cannons, a hot shot furnace, bombproof barracks, palisades and more, while a Civil War museum contains artifacts, a video and gift shop. Also explore Fort McAllister's nature trails. 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.
U.S. Hwy. 144 Richmond Hill
912-262-3173
georgiawildlife.com/richmond-hill-wma
This 7,400-acre property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game and feral hog. There are also archery and shooting ranges, a boat ramp and canoe access.
53 Sterling Links Way Richmond Hill
912-727-4653
www.facebook.com/pages/Sterling-Links-Golf-Club/102762316483650
Sterling Links offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Sterling Links difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round.
6950 Belfast Keller Rd. Richmond Hill

facebook.com/tivoliriverfishing
The pier and launch are located on the scenic Tivoli River in Richmond Hill. If you are looking for a paddling location to bring you closer to nature and discover the unique beauty of Coastal Georgia, the Tivoli River is a must paddle destination.
520 Cedar St. Richmond Hill
912-756-3345
richmondhill-ga.gov/index.aspx?NID=275
Part of J.F. Gregory Park, the monument honors all Americans who have served their country. Each slab of granite represents a war fought by the United States in the last 100 years.