To mark the approach of the fifth month of the year, here are five reasons why you should visit Bath County during the month of May: The Best Weather. May is the third month of spring. In some parts of the south, it may already feel like summer. Because of our location in the mountains … Continue reading Five Reasons to Visit Bath County in May
One of Virginia’s newest Rail Trail projects is coming to Bath County. Most of the Jackson River Scenic Trail is in neighboring Alleghany County. It’s currently a 14.4-mile crushed gravel trail. Recently, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for a new trailhead near Lake Moomaw. When completed, the new Cedar Creek access point will add approximately … Continue reading Jackson River Scenic Trail Expanding into Southern Bath County
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
The readers of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine are a discerning group. In 2019, the popular mid-Atlantic region magazine added a Tiny Town category to their annual Top Adventure Towns competition. Hot Springs, Virginia, ran away with the title. Why did Hot Springs win this prestigious honor? First, it’s helpful to understand that the distinction really … Continue reading Top Adventure Town – Hot Springs, Virginia
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