Incorporated in 1906, Reedsville was named for James Reed, the owner of the land on which a large portion of the town is located. The Phillips-Jones Electric Vacuum Cleaner plant operated in Reedsville through the early 1900s. The town's population today is 450.
The Ruby Research Farm is more than 900 acres dedicated to horse and beef research, along with forage production. The farm was home to prized Quarter Horses, Saddlebreds, and Standardbreds in the 1970s under private ownership. For a time period lasting until 2009, WVU owned it, using it for beef cattle production and grazing research. Horses returned in 2009 for hands-on equine studies, along with weekend horse shows and other community events.
This 56-acre WMA just outside Reedsville is owned by the West Virginia DNR and includes two shallow wetlands excellent for waterfowl hunting and fishing for bluegill and largemouth bass.
The Preston County Youth Center offers the community a place to experience sports and activities in a safe, nurturing environment. It includes a 20,000 square-foot indoor facility, outdoor field, softball field, baseball field, ropes course and community garden.
Luigi's Sports Center is a 12-lane bowling alley that has been offering family fun in Preston County since 2009. They provide multiple bowling leagues, open bowling, cosmic bowling, lane rentals, an arcade and many other events, along with freshly cooked food from their kitchen.
Reedsville is one end of the Deckers Creek Rail-Trail, which runs 19 miles from Morgantown to Reedsville. Hikers, runners and bikers enjoy the gently sloping trail, while experienced kayakers enjoy Deckers Creek and rock climbing is popular as well.
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