Bath County

Bath County is located in the Shenandoah Valley and on the western border of Virginia. Major points of interest are:

The Homestead Resort - This elegant resort on 2,000 acres that hosted 23 US presidents was built in 1766 and has much to offer from golfing to hot springs pools. Choose to dine in the formal restaurant, casual grill, or the pub.

The Jefferson Pools - (also known as Warm Springs Bathhouses) - The spas are naturally fed by a 98 degree mineral spring. The octagonal wood building, known as the Gentlemen's Pool House, was built in 1761 and the Ladies' Pool House was built in 1836. The pools were ordered closed due to deterioration. Restoration plans are in progress.

Douthat State Park - located in the Alleghany Mountains. Enjoy trout fishing in the 50-acre lake, mountain biking trails, boating, hiking, beach area and swimming, and picnicking.

Lake Moomaw - one of the most popular recreation areas in the George Washington National Forest. Many activities include boating, fishing, hiking, biking, and camping.

Staunton-Augusta Virginia listings last updated Aug 14, 2020 12:26:pm.
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