Historic Bath, North Carolina, is framed by an expansive body of water, Bath Creek. But is Bath Creek really a creek? Click to learn more.
If you like a spot of spooky sightseeing, then let us entice you with one of our oldest and most notorious mysteries – the “eternal devil’s horse’s hoof prints”. This eerie earthly affliction has been present for over 200 years, and is only 3 miles west of Bath. Deeply set into the soft
Bath, N.C. is a magical place full of history, mystery and fun. Each May, we celebrate all this and more at our annual BathFest. If you’ve been debating come to visit Bath, this is definitely the time to do so. BathFest 2019 takes place on Saturday, May 18th from 10am to 3pm and guess what –
Given the ghostly time of year – with all hallows eve approaching we thought the local spooky tale of the Croatoan “lost colony” would get you in the “spirit”. This true story is a mystery from our North Carolinian history dating back to 1587 – it begins with the word CROATOAN carved
Blackbeard – Bath’s most notorious occupant was a plundering scoundrel, but he certainly left his mark. Here’s 5 pieces of gold to wet yer treasure hunting appetite before you come to visit… Blackbeard, otherwise known as Edward Teach came from Bristol, England where he