Richmond, California is blessed with 32 miles of shoreline and our city offers a wonderful variety of leisure and recreational resources – from boating, fishing and hiking to golf, tennis and team sports.
The City of Richmond operates 26 city parks, 15 playgrounds, 18 playlots, a public marina with 750 boat berths at Marina Bay, and various beach parks, swim centers and community centers. Also in Richmond are several yacht harbors, a golf and country club and two community theaters.
|Art of Ballet School of Dance
258 Marina Way, Richmond, CA 94801, (510) 235 – 0926
Art of Ballet has taught Ballet, Tap, Jazz and ethnic dance in the Richmond community for 30 years – Shannon Townsend, School Administrator
|Craneway Pavilion – 1414 Harbour Way South, 510-215-6000
45,000 sq ft world-class sustainably designed event, concert and production facility
|East Brother Light Station
117 Park Place, Point Richmond CA 94801, 510-233-2385
Historic lighthouse converted into a Bed and Breakfast Inn perched atop an island in the bay.
|Golden State Model Railroad Museum
900 Dornan Drive, Point Richmond CA 94807, 510-234-4884 – Golden State Model Railroad Museum and East Bay Model. Meticulously detailed town and city scenes.
105 Park Place, Point Richmond CA 94801, 510-232-4031 or 510-232-3888
|Point San Pablo Yacht Club – The little yacht club at the end of the Santa Fe Channel
700 West Cutting Blvd, 510-233-1046
915 W. Cutting Blvd., Richmond, CA, Phone: 510-237-3000 – Rooms and suites
|Red Oak Victory Ship
Dornan Drive at Ferry Point A wonderful floating museum built in Richmond.
|Red Oak Victory Ship’s
Amateur Radio Club – Station K6YVM
Gary Elliott (Chief Ham)
|Richmond Bay Trail (TRAC)
TRAC’s mission is to complete the San Francisco Bay Trail in Richmond.
|Richmond Bicycle / Pedestrian Action Committee (RBPAC)
The RBPAC’s mission is to promote local, commuter and recreational cycling and walking in Richmond – “For a Bikeable, Walkable Richmond”
Bay Area’s largest heated indoor pool!
1 East Richmond Avenue, Point Richmond, CA 94801, 510-620-6820
Richmond Swims is a community group run in cooperation with Richmond Friends of Recreation
For more information, contact Coach John Schonder – Phone 510-504-0330
The mission of the Richmond Tennis Association is to improve the healthy lifestyles for Richmond residents of all ages through active participation in vigorous tennis programs
|Richmond Yacht Club
351 Brickyard Cove Road, Point Richmond, CA 94801, 510-237-2821 FAX: 237-8100
|Women’s Westside Improvement Club
Linda Newton, Pres. – Phone: (510) 235-0081
WWIC is the oldest continually active women’s club in the State of California.The Ladies meet on the first Tuesday of the month from September through June.
Several annual community-wide festivals in Richmond include: Cinco de Mayo, held in the Civic Center in the spring; Juneteenth, held in Nicholl Park every summer; Festival By the Bay held in Marina Bay every fall; and Snow Ball, held every winter in the Convention Center.
An outdoor Farmers’ Market operates in the Civic Center every Friday from May through mid-November, and attracts a large number of residents from a broad range of ethnic and cultural groups.