- 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.
A Cinemark theater, the Century Downtown 12 is a movie theater multiplex that shows primarily first-run Hollywood films. The theater features stadium seating, and is located at the center of a variety of restaurants and bars.
Mariner Park has a multipurpose baseball field with bleachers, making this a suitable location for a corporate team sports event. The site also has a tot lot playground and a large playground so children of all ages can play safely.
The 16-acre Forest Home Farms consists of two houses, fourteen outbuildings, and two pergolas that represent a century of development. Docent led tours of the Glass House and Boone House as well as school tours are available.
The Pedro Point Headlands are a scenic ocean-side location composed of jutting rocks and jagged cliffs that extend out into the ocean. The Headlands are a popular location for hiking and other outdoor activities.
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411 Chileno Valley road, Petaluma, CA 94952 MoreLess Info
Helen Putnam Regional Park is a 216 acre park featuring 5.87 miles of hiking trails. The trails offer views of the surrounding countryside and are accessible by hikers, equestrians, and bikers. The park also offers a playground and picnic area.
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50 E 5th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94010 MoreLess Info
Central Park, City of San Mateo is public outdoor recreational park. It is highlighted by a large gazebo and Japanese tea garden, and it also features lighted tennis courts, a playground and a baseball field.
Situated on 10.25 acres, Valley View Park features baseball and soccer fields along with a tennis court. The park also offers a children's playground, a paved walking path, picnic areas and restroom facilities.
Nestled in the urban San Mateo, The San Mateo Japanese Garden is a welcome breath of peace. Strolling through the garden, sitting in the Japanese pagoda, and admiring the koi pond are some of the things visitors love the most.
Opened in 1973, the Superway Aquarium is a store dedicated solely to aquatic animals. Visitors to the store commonly purchase a fish to bring home or have their fish tank serviced from the professionals at the store.