Feeling sandy after a perfect day on the water? Make a stop at the Village Bath House before exploring all that Put-in-Bay has to offer! Highly accessible to boaters, travelers and islanders alike. Highlights of the Village Bath House include:
The grounds are maintained daily by a helpful staff, so you can expect a clean and safe environment conveniently located by the docks, restaurants, and Delaware Avenue action.
To make the continuity of your visit to Put-in-Bay seamless, the Village Bath House is conveniently positioned in downtown Put-in-Bay, within the DeRivera Park. As an interesting historical fact, the park is a gift from the founder of Put-in-Bay himself, Jose DeRivera. Within the park, you will find multiple playgrounds to entertain the younger visitors. A highlight of the playgrounds is Will’s Playground. The construction of this playground was sure to keep children of all ages and abilities in mind. So, no matter a child’s physical ability, they can enjoy themselves alongside their friends and family! While the children are playing, the adults can take advantage of the grills and multiple picnic areas available. Keep in mind, if you’re planning to be a grill master you will need to supply your own charcoal.
To wash off remnants of your fun-filled day outside, you will find large restrooms and multiple shower stalls. The bath house is a very short walk from the docks, which makes it a perfect stopping-off point before dinner at The Boardwalk. Only planning a day trip? Still a great spot to stop before heading to the shops and attractions of Put-in-Bay.
So while planning your next trip to Put-in-Bay, don’t forget to include a stop at the Village Bath House. It will help you to maximize your time out on the water and playing in the sun before enjoying a relaxing dinner at the nearby restaurants or on the grill.