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.

More listings on the ArtsPublic Information and Restaurant Pages.

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.
Masquers Playhouse
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
Quality Inn
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”
Richmond Plunge
Bay Area’s largest heated indoor pool!
1 East Richmond Avenue, Point Richmond, CA 94801, 510-620-6820
Richmond Swims
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
Richmond Tennis
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 ClubWomen’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.

For more information regarding the Richmond community and Richmond’s quality of life, contact The City of Richmond, The Richmond Chamber of Commerce and the Richmond Convention & Visitors’ Bureau.

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