The City of Richmond occupies a total land area of approximately 2.7 square miles in the northeast corner of Macomb County. The City is located at the eastern boundary of the county, and extends into the adjacent to St. Clair County, approximately midway between the two county seats of Mt. Clemens and Port Huron.
Places of Interest
Richmond Community Theatre
69619 Parker St, Richmond MI 48062
Since the beginning, Richmond Community Theatre has promoted and fostered performing arts and has continued the commitment for quality theatre. All of our auditions are open and if you would like to become a part of our history, we welcome you! You can become a member of Richmond Community Theatre and become a volunteer in the many areas of the theatre, from the front of the house to behind the stage and everything in between.
Strikers Entertainment Center
30971 Armada Ridge, Richmond MI 48062
Strikers Entertainment Center is committed to providing a fun, wholesome and affordable entertainment experience for all generations. We desire to become the entertainment option of choice for the Northern Macomb County community though superior customer service and quality offerings. The attractions that we offer are:
26 Brunswick bowling lanes Automatic scoring Live entertainment Arcade area 2000 square foot, Ridge Runners Sports Bar 2 Pool tables Outdoors patio with Tiki Bar 2 beach volleyball courts 5 sets of horseshoe pits
Beebe Street Memorial Park
69310 Beebe St, Richmond MI 48062
Bring the family out to Beebe Street Park and enjoy the great outdoors! The park also hosts a hike / bike trail which extends eight-tenths of a mile around the perimeter of the park. In the summer, facilities are available for sand volleyball, and in the winter, facilities include two lighted outdoor ice rinks. The Beebe Street Park Pavilion may be rented for private use, including family reunions, birthday parties, and graduation parties. Please select the Beebe Street Park Pavilion under Facilities for further rental information.
During the City of Richmond's annual Good Old Days held the first weekend after Labor Day the Historic Village is open for viewing. There is no entry fee, however, donations are much appreciated. Docents will be in each of the historical buildings to answer any questions you may have. We will also have our annual Strawberry Shortcake Festival during the Good Old Days. Stop by for a delicious bowl of strawberry shortcake.
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