Welcome to the Historic Village of Bath located on the north shore of Lake Ontario, just west of Kingston. Bath was first settled by the United Empire Loyalists in 1784, making it one of the oldest communities in Ontario.
It is home to the Bath Museum, several locations of historical significance and the Loyalist Golf & Country Club. It boasts some great parks (including Finkel Shore Park), a marina, and some of the best freshwater sailing in the world.
It is within short commuting distance of Kingston and Napanee, and a short drive to the Glenora ferry, Picton, Sand Banks provincial park, and the numerous wineries of Prince Edward County.
It is a Bath tradition to don your red and white for the July 1st Canada Day celebrations, which attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Experience all the joys of small town living with a big friendly heart. When you are ready for a tour of the area, I will be happy to be your guide. I love showing the place off. Bath is my home and I love it!