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Heritage Corridors of Bath
Heritage Corridors of Bath

The Ghent Woolen Mill built in 1832

Originally part of the Connecticut Western Reserve, the Heritage Corridors of Bath connects nineteenth century hamlets with the Hale Farm and Village, the Bath Nature Preserve and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Early Bath homes, barns, cemeteries and mills line the byway as it winds through areas of scenic and natural beauty. The byway is best accessed by taking I-77 to Ghent Road (exit 138), turning north onto Ghent Road, which ends at Cleveland-Massillon Road, and continuing (north) onto North Cleveland-Massillon Road to the beginning of the byway.

Related Links

2020 Corridor Management Plan

Bath Township

Discover Akron/Summit Convention & Visitors Bureau

Bath Scores $150,000 Grant for Scenic Byway Visitor Center

Byway Highlights

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Bath Nature Preserve

Hale House and Farm