- The list below includes 567 free or cheap things to do in or near Richmond, California, including 133 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Parks, Dog Park and Maze.
- From Point Isabel Dog Park to Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Richmond and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Berkeley and South San Francisco.
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Melville Square and Esplanade Drive, Richmond, CA 94804 MoreLess Info
Established in 2000, the Rosie the Riveter and World War II Home From National Park is an educational destination. Exploring the life and careers of men and women during the war, centered around the iconic image of Rosie the Riveter.
A 2,315 acre parkland, Point Pinole features scenic trails that take hikers and joggers through an array of landscape. The trails wind through meadows, along the bluffs and beaches of Richmond and through areas of eucalyptus woods.
89% 64 votes
At the corner of San Pablo Dam and Clark roads, Richmond, CA 94803 MoreLess Info
Wildcat Canyon Regional Park offers an array for activities. The park is frequented by hikers, joggers, cyclists and is a prime spot for bird watching, wild life spotting and a peaceful picnic.
100% 15 votes
Rosie the Riveter WWII National Historical Park, 1111 Melville Sq, Richmond, CA 94804 MoreLess Info
The Rosie the Riveter Outdoor Memorial is a public park and historical site made in honor of the sacrifices civilians made on the WWII home front. Visitors commonly enjoy biking, hiking or learning about local history during their trip.
Named for two former state politicians, Miller Knox Regional Park is a waterfront park on 307 acres which can be used for fishing, swimming and boating. The park has loop trails, picnic facilities and open green space for recreational activities.
Named for a local conservationist, Lucretia Edwards Shoreline Park is 2 acres and includes a picnic area, maintained lawn and restrooms. The park features art that honors the Bay Area Shipyards and their World War II contributions.