Richmond Hill locals can easily get to the outdoors square in the heart of the city thanks to Forest Park, a natural oasis that is also full of sports fields and other manmade amenities. The park's grounds consist of a number of small hills, often called "knob and kettle" terrain. This makes the park perfect for hiking and light mountain biking. The park has a number of bridle paths and horses for rent for a more in-depth exploration of the park. The park also has baseball diamonds, bocce courts, handball courts, and a golf course.
King Manor Museum
The legacy of museum founder Rufus King lives on in the King Manor Museum, a museum dedicated to preserving the history of Richmond Hill and the surrounding area. The museum aims to educate visitors about local history and tie into the history of the nation as a whole, a mission it fulfills via a number of exhibits and educational efforts. As education is a primary part of the mission, the museum makes sure to reach out to local schools, tailoring programs to official educational standards. The museum also puts on a number of educational events open to the public.
Richmond Hill High Sc
Richmond Hill students are guaranteed a great education thanks to the presence of Richmond Hill High School, a school that is a great asset to the college-bound student. The school provides excellent instruction in every academic subject area, from English to mathematics to art. The school also has a number of extracurricular activities and honors that students may earn, such as admission into the RHHS Key Club or the schools literary club, La Academia Literaria. Athletic pursuits are no stranger to the school, with a large number of sports teams to help students stay as physically strong as their studies keep them mentally agile.