Visitors have been making the journey to Bath County for more than 250 years to soak in the natural mineral springs and stay at one of America’s first resorts. Now, people are rediscovering modern Bath County for a variety of wonderful reasons, including the remarkable culinary scene, motorcycle rides and scenic drives, unique accommodations and … Continue reading A Guide for First-Time Visitors
A favorite photo spot for visitors to Bath County is located just across the line in neighboring Alleghany County. It’s not every day that you can see a beautiful 80-foot waterfall from a roadside overlook. It’s so popular that we included it on two of the routes featured in Bath County’s Motorcycle Rides & Scenic … Continue reading Falling Spring Falls
Each year, the readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine vote for places, experiences and businesses in the Best of the Blue Ridge contest. Fort Lewis Lodge & Farm, situated along the Cowpasture River in Millboro on the northern side of Bath County, could easily have been a contender in at least five categories, including Instagrammable … Continue reading Fort Lewis Lodge and Farm — Best in the Blue Ridge
Bath County has been welcoming visitors for more than 250 years. Travelers made the journey to “take the waters” long before the American Revolution. The Homestead Resort opened in 1766 and the county’s tradition of fine hospitality was born. Even from the perspective of a community with such a long tourism history, 2020 was a … Continue reading Only in Bath County – A Look Back and A Look Ahead
In a county that is 89% forest (which includes 51% national forest and 6% state park), you better believe there are some great hiking trails. The variety of trails around Bath County is surely one of the reasons why the readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine chose Hot Springs, VA, as a Top Adventure Town. … Continue reading Trail Maintainers make it possible to Walk to West Virginia
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