Parks and Recreation Facilities

Parks and Rec Facilities Matrix
The City of Richmond has great facilities for exercise, picnicking, recreation, sports, and relaxation. We hope you’ll take some time to enjoy these facilities.
City Parks

Charles Armour Park (West Park): 1013 West Royle Street. 7.6 acres; one shelter with BBQ grill and picnic tables, a ball field, swings, playground structure, horseshoe pits, dog park, and restrooms.

Cevie Due Park (Skate Park): 500 West Lexington Street. One full basketball court, and Skate Park.

Hamann Park: 312 Crispin Street. 7.65 acres, two shelters, two BBQ pits, six picnic tables per shelter, two playgrounds — one for youth 5-12 years and the other for youth 2-5 years of age, swings, walking trail (approximately a quarter of a mile) that connects to the side walk on the East side of the park (near highway), restrooms, and parking.  Commemorative brick pavers available for purchase.  Visit Hamann Park Pavers-Be a Part of History page for more information.

Southview Park: 333 East South Street. 35.3 acres; public swimming pool, three ball fields, seasonal soccer fields, two playground structures, one shelter house with BBQ grills, fishing lake, walking trail, picnic tables, restrooms outside of the pool, and restrooms connected to the concession stand (near Southview B & C fields.

Maurice Roberts Park: 819 E. Main Street. 11.2 acres; three shelter houses with BBQ grills, four tennis courts with lights, swings, slides, two play ground structures, picnic tables, and restrooms.

Firehouse Park: 300 South Shaw Street. Firehouse Park has .75 acre of land; one playground structure, park bench, and jungle dome — 2-5 years of age.

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