Richfield is home to some of the best bike paths in the Twin Cities…but did you know that these paths connect with some of the Twin Cities’ best regional trails as well? And you can access them both along Richfield’s 76th Street!
During this pandemic, biking, it seems, is a new favorite pastime. With many activities canceled for the summer and a desire to enjoy the outdoors, it’s time to rediscover biking as a form of exercise, transportation, and entertainment.
Here are four ideas that can help make your 4th of July weekend memorable!
When the pandemic closed their Richfield restaurant, El Tejaban, in mid-March, Miguel Hernandez, Jr. and his sister Diana, who have been co-managing the restaurant since 2008, asked themselves a simple question: "How can we help our customers?"
The 31st Annual Richfield Farmers Market
Are you looking for more ways to support small business and shop local in the age of social distancing? The 31st annual Richfield Farmers Market season kicks off this Saturday, May 16 at Veteran’s Park!
10 minutes south of downtown Minneapolis, immediately west of the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport, and five minutes from the Mall of America…Richfield is perfectly positioned as your home away from home in the Twin Cities Metro
Whether you’re looking for exercise or a mental health break, Richfield Parks provide the space necessary to practice responsible social distancing as we “shelter in place”.
Sandy’s Tavern has been open since 1933 and like many Richfield restaurants, is adapting in this strange time to not only serve its loyal customers (they continue to offer curbside pickup throughout the COVID-19 outbreak), but to stand with dedicated employees, like Kevin Parks and Anna Hans.
Baymont Suites, Candlewood Suites and Four Points by Sheraton—they’re all just 10 min from MOA, and 15 min to downtown Minneapolis and the Airport.