Places to stay in Bath, Ontario
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Bath is a community in central eastern Ontario on Lake Ontario within the township of Loyalist. It is in Lennox and Addington County and is about a 30 minute drive West from Kingston. Every year on July 1 there is a Canada Day celebration featuring a parade and fair. Places to eat in the region include Madden's Courtyard, J & P's Family Restaurant, Village Pizza, and Heritage Meat Market.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Bath is located close to Kepler, Lucas Point, Portland Conservation Area, Myrehall and Staley Point.
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The village was originally named Ernestown, but was renamed Bath in 1819 after the city in Southern England.
Other local Bath information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -76°46'16.388
- Latitude: 44°11'2.5738
- The Beautiful Village of Bath, Ontario
Things to see and do
Amherstview Golf Club
Located at Golf Course Road. A semi-private golf club that offers members and guests an affordable golf experience. Our facilities are perfect for tournaments, weddings, cocktail receptions, social luncheons, dinners, and corporate social events up to 160 people.
1000 Islands Cruises - Kingston
Located at 1 Brock Street. Step aboard and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the famous Thousand Islands on one of our classic vessels. We are the Food, Fun & Entertainment Ships. Every day of our season, we offer the widest range of cruise options in the Thousand Islands from sightseeing to fine dining and entertainment.
Empire Capitol 7 Cinemas Kingston
Located at 213-223 Princess Street. Empire Theatres owns and operates 50 theatres across Canada, in 8 of 10 provinces, from Newfoundland to British Columbia. Empire Theatres is Canada's second largest and fastest growing film exhibition company providing an exciting out-of-home entertainment experience including traditional film exhibition as well as other content using digital and satellite capabilities. 2008 marked Empire Theatres' 30th year in the motion picture exhibition business. Movie Line: (613) 546-5395
Kingston Family Fun World Park
Located at 1533 Mc Adoo. Kingston Family Funworld Drive-In shows Double Features rain or shine. Ask about our Raincheck Policy at the Box Office. We broadcast the audio of our movies on the FM dial; your vehicle requires an FM Receiver or bring an FM Radio. Your admission ticket is valid for only the movies showing on that screen at the point of purchase; moving your vehicle to another screen is strictly prohibited. Cash only at the box office please. Movie lineup and showtimes subject to change without notice; please ask at the Box Office. Kingston Family Funworld. Where Having FUN Is Affordable!
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