The Village Bath House located in DeRivera Park is available for everyone who visits Put-in-Bay. Travelers, boaters, and islanders alike use its restrooms, showers, and lockers.
Village Bath House Location
Right in the middle of DeRivera Park, the bath house is easy to find. The park is also in the middle of downtown Put-in-Bay. The downtown docks are just a short walk away. Picnickers in the park also enjoy the facilities of the bath house. With picnic tables and BBQ pits located throughout the park, this is a happening sport during the day.
The park was a gift from the founder of Put-in-Bay, Jose DeRivera. A successful merchant who purchase South Bass Island, he is responsible for plotting most of what we see on the Island today. He definitely helped make Put-in-Bay the destination favored by so many vacationers.
The park itself is has more than just picnic tables. Besides the picnicking facilities, the park includes Will’s Playground. The playground itself is perfect for kids of all ages and physical abilities. Stroll through the park taking in the sites of families enjoy their time on Put-in-Bay.
Village Bath House Features
The bathhouse includes a large restroom and multiple shower stalls. Boaters often need to refresh after a day on the boat. The lockers are perfect for both shoppers and boaters alike. There are a lot of shopping options, from boutiques like Misty Bay to t-shirt stands like the Put-in-Bay T-Shirt Shop. After a day shopping, folks can store there bags and head off to dinner and a night on the town at such spots as Mr. Ed’s Bar and Grill and The Keys.
Boaters can keep belongings here as well as they enjoy the pleasures of downtown.
The Village Bath House is well maintained by a dedicated staff. There are always onsite, ensuring a clean and pleasant experience for all guests.