Spring Park, with its signature clock and venerable band stand, are the centerpieces of the village of Richfield Springs, located midway on the designated NYS Route 20 Scenic Byway. Once home to hotels and guest houses, seven trains of visitors arrived daily to enjoy the health benefits of Richfield's sulphur springs.
The village is situated on Canadarago Lake, a premier fishing resource with ample NYS DEC access. The lake is dotted with ice shanties all winter.
Baker's Beach is located on the western shore of Canadarago (six miles long), and is open to the public for swimming and picnicking all summer.
The Spring Park Craft Festival takes place the second weekend in June; thousands of visitors come enjoy this small village, the park and "goodies" being vended.
The Richfield Springs Historical Society Museum is located at 134 Main Street and houses artifacts and historical information about the village and its past. Richfield boasts a large number of antique and craft stores.
Richfield Springs is within easy driving distance of Cherry Valley and the village of Cooperstown.