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Bath Filtration and Centennial Beach


Bath Beach is in the heart of Bath, Ontario. Like most communities in the region, Bath was settled by people loyal to the British during the time of the American Revolution. Dating back to 1784, this is one of the oldest towns in Ontario. It is named after Bath, England. The beach here is relatively small but sheltered by Amherst Island.

Photo by: Cindy Esford

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