Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley

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I-81 Exit 225

Take US 250 west from Staunton to US 220 south. Also, you can take Rte. 39 west from Lexington, or take I-64 west to US 220 north.

Bath County has remained a cornerstone of Virginia’s rich heritage since its establishment in 1745. Named for the English resort city of Bath, the county quickly became a national resort attraction, boasting its hot springs and unique warm mineral springs.

Today, the County of Bath continues to attract visitors from all over with its beautiful splendor and vibrant culture, already a destination with wellness in mind offering plenty of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, hiking and boating; an acclaimed music center; a selection of comfortable accommodations and a diverse range of shops and eateries.

If you’re feeling the need for peace and quiet, head west to Bath County. Call 800-628-8092 for more information.


Bath County Visitor Services
2606 Main Street
Hot Springs, VA 24445

Parks | Forests | Wilderness Areas

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