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Bath, ‘The City of Ships’ is nestled along the west bank of the Kennebec River. It has long been known for its welcoming port and boat building skills. Deep waters in a fast moving river, has allowed Bath to be a ship building mecca, even in contemporary times. The town is home to the Bath Iron Works, whose company has been building ships since 1884.

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Two intown parks, with one at the water front & home to the summer farmers’ market, are popular spots for community engagement.

Bath has numerous Conserved Areas with many hiking trails. Favorites include Thorne Head Preserve, Whiskeag Trail & Sewall Woods.

Bath is well known for its plentiful pre-1930 architecture which brings a great deal of character to the town. Numerous homes were built in the Federal, Greek Revival and Italianate architectural styles. Many are still in existence today. Some of these large old gentry manors have been converted into Bed and Breakfast Inns while others have become home to venues for the performing arts in the area. The historic Freight Shed at the water front is used for the winter farmers’ market and community gatherings.

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Community pride & Sense of Place among the 8500 residents, will quickly become apparent to anyone who spends any time in this small city. This walkable downtown, with a strong & well supported Main Street always seems to have something going on.

While Bath has certainly had a long and interesting history, today the town is committed to collaboration & town pride. This has contributed to the town receiving national recognition on numerous occasions.

Kennebec River

Public Boat Launches

The City of Bath has two launch facilities for boater’s convenience. One is located in the North End on Bowery Street. The other is located in the South End on Washington Street approximately ½ mile south of the Maine Maritime Museum.

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Waterfront Park & Dock

The City of Bath maintains a public waterfront dock capable of handling multiple vessels at one time. Use limitations at the Waterfront Park public dock include:

  • 3 hour maximum tie-up time on any portion of the dock.
  • Overnight boaters and boaters that would like to exceed the 3 hour maximum limit are welcome with permission of the Harbormaster.

The public docks and launch facilities are open from May 1 until mid November.

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Out and About in Bath

Bath, Maine has an easy walking downtown with shops and restaurants along the way. Also nice to stop at the park along the river.

Farmers Market is held on Saturdays along the water front.

Patten Library
Chocolate Church

Solo Bistro
JR Maxwells
Beall's Street Barbeque
Byrnes Irish Pub
Starlight Cafe
Cafe Creme
Best Thai
Kennebec Tavern & Marina

Hiking Trials Bath
Town Marina

Local Attractions include:

Maine Maritime Museum

Summer ArtWalks

Summer Outdoor Concerts

Bath Heritage Days

Walking Tour of Historic Bath

Markings Gallery

Centre Street Arts Gallery

Halcyon Yarn

Lilly Pond Community Forest

Thorne Head Preserve

Sewall Woods

Local Provisions:

Bath Farmers Market

Now You are Cooking

Bath Natural Market

Brackett’s Market