Warm Springs is an unincorporated community in Bath County, Virginia. It is the county seat of Bath County, and as of 2000, has a population of 886 people.
Bath County is unusual in that it contains no incorporated towns or cities. Warm Springs is located on U.S. Highway 220 near the center of the county. The courthouse and county offices are located here as well. There is an exclusive resort, originally built in 1766, associated with the largest warm springs in the state and is known as the "The Homestead". The Homestead is also the largets tourist destination in the region.
Web Sites and Links
Battle of Warm SpringsInformation on civil war reenactment held each August.
Bolar Run Hideaway Rental CabinView amenities, rates, and local area attractions.
Meadow Lane LodgeA 1600-acre farm with rooms and cottages, featuring twenty miles of hiking and biking trails.
The Inn at Gristmill SquareFive restored 19th century buildings, including the gristmill, offer modern amenities in a historic setting.
Warm Springs InnView amenities, history, and map to the inn.
Warm Springs Presbyterian ChurchTransformed through Christ to become a purpose driven church serving the living Christ. View prayer list and service times.