In Saint Helen and Richfield Township, you'll find a welcoming full-service community that loves to play and values our people and partnerships, with appreciation and respect for all the natural beauty that surrounds us. Click on the photo above from one of our annual Bluegill Festival softball tournament games to learn more.
Saint Helen’s nearby forests, lakes and unspoiled wilderness are a paradise for hikers, boaters, golfers, anglers, birders, hunters, bikers, off-road and snowmobile enthusiasts, with over 200 miles of well-marked and groomed trails to explore. Lake St. Helen, the clean and clear headwaters of the world-famous Au Sable River’s South Branch, is a world-class fishery providing 2400 acres of all-sports pontoon-friendly fun, with over 15 miles of undeveloped shoreline. Click on the sleds above for more information.
Saint Helen is one of Roscommon County's largest communities, with a population of 2,668 (2010 U.S. Census), and an economy focused on outdoor recreation, tourism, hospitality services, retailing, education and health care. The community's north central location offers close proximity to I-75 and M-55, and easy access to metropolitan areas throughout Michigan. Click on the students above to begin your quest.
After a fun-filled and productive day in the sun, you can relax, reflect and recharge, while we serve you tasty beverages and a hearty meal! Click on the fish dinner above for some tasty options!
Shopping is fast and easy in downtown Saint Helen, with everything you'll need to enjoy every minute. So, you'll spend less time driving around or waiting in line, and more time enjoying our waters, trails, and abundant wildlife. Click anywhere on the photo of our boat launch, above, and then come see us!
Swim, fish, sled, boat, ride, hike, sail, bike, shoot, golf, hunt, picnic, paddle, birdwatch, sun, snooze, explore... It's all possible in and around Saint Helen and Richfield Township. Treasure every moment, and click on the parade above for some suggestions to get you started.