Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

Richmond Hill, ON, Canada

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Where to stay around Richmond Hill, CA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 183 vacation rentals near Richmond Hill. From 101 houses to 38 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Richmond Hill for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Discover the culturally diverse town of Richmond Hill

An affluent and culturally diverse town within a 40-minute drive of Toronto, Richmond Hill delights visitors with its fragrant floral displays and family-friendly vibe. Get your culture fix at the likes of the Richmond Heritage Center, indulge in a spot of retail therapy at Times Square, or tantalize your taste buds with cuisines from around the world in the town’s trendy downtown. Richmond Hill vacation rentals range from smart condos in the downtown district to elegant 3-bedroom pool homes on the outskirts of town so whether you’re looking for a cozy spot for a romantic break or space for the whole family, this town has you covered.

Make time for family in Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill has plenty to keep you entertained. If you’re traveling with kids, the skateboard park, baseball diamonds, and inline skating trail at Richmond Green Sports Center are guaranteed to bring a smile. Keep the fun factor at maximum pace by paying a visit to Canada’s largest public pool, the Wave Pool on Hopkins Street, where features include a thrilling water slide with translucent sections and rainbow effects. One of the most eye-catching landmarks in the area is the David Dunlap Observatory, home to one of the biggest telescopes in the world.

Find culture and thrills in Richmond Hill

Attractions in Richmond Hill come in a variety of distinct flavors, although a helping of culture is particularly easy to come by thanks to the Georgian-styled neighborhood around Regent Street and the small-town charm that oozes around every corner along Yonge Street. Continue your journey with a trip to Black Creek Pioneer Village, an 1800s settlement with period buildings and jovial costumed guides. Of course, it’s not all history and culture in these parts. Most Richmond Hill vacation rentals are within a quick drive of thrills and spills at the Canada’s Wonderland theme park and Ontario’s wilder inhabitants at Toronto Zoo.

Enjoy a mild climate in Richmond Hill

Temperatures here start to pick up from around May and tend to hover around the high 70s throughout July and August. These sunny days coincide with the lowest rainfall of the year and offer the perfect backdrop to enjoy the town’s numerous parks and natural areas. Winter naturally means a fall in temperature, although it very rarely falls below zero and the town’s annual Winter Carnival and Santa Claus Parade makes having to wrap up warm worth the effort. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall have their own appeal, boasting blooming flowers and changing foliage together with a wider choice of Richmond Hill vacation rentals.

Explore Richmond Hill’s local lakes

Ontario is home to some of the world’s most iconic natural attractions, among them Lake Ontario and Niagara Falls, the latter being within a 2-hour drive of Richmond Hill. Closer to home, Mill Pond is a lovely place to kick back and enjoy some downtime as you admire the surrounding heritage homes and watch out for local wildlife such as swans and raccoons. Similar scenic spots can be found at the kettle lakes within the Oak Ridges Moraine on the northern fringes of the town. The largest of these, Wilcox Lake, features a pedestrian promenade, mature white pines, and a forest-themed playground for younger visitors.