One Of The Oldest Continuously Operating Gristmills In West Virginia Has Been Grinding Grain Since 1791
Nestled in a quiet river valley a few miles north of Union, West Virginia stands a little known historical treasure: Reed’s Mill. It’s been grinding local grain for well over 200 years and, much to the delight of many happy customers, it shows no sign of stopping any time soon.
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If you’re in Second Creek visiting the mill, you’re not too far from Cheese ‘n’ More in Gap Mills, which is another good place to stock up on bulk spices, dairy products, and more!