PENNSBORO

The Old Stone House Museum and Pennsboro B & O Railroad Depot offer visitors a walk back in time.  Visitors wanting to slow down and enjoy the relaxed country life may want to head to the 9-acre Pennsboro Reservoir or the 11-acreTracy Lake for some fishing and a picnic. Maybe a slow trip along the twists and turns off Route 74 is what you need? The route offers the chance to see some of the hills and valleys of beautiful
Ritchie County.

 
 
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SHOP

Dodd’s Raceway Market
510 West Myles Avenue
304.659.1119

Now & Then Shop II
419 Main Street
304.659.1500


DINE

Crossroads Café
305 Masonic Avenue (Rt. 74)
304.659.2777

Davis’ Deli
114 Collins Avenue
304.659.2537

Subway
Myles Avenue
304.659.2410

The Pizza Box
308 First Street
304.659.2550

 


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EXPLORE

Old Stone House Museum & Ritchie County Historical Society
310 Myles Avenue _
304.659.3962 or 304.659.2249

Pennsboro B & O Railroad Depot
Broadway Street (Call for Tour)
304.659.3962

The Legendary Pennsboro Speedway
79 Race Way
304.659.3555

Tracy Lake
Tracy Lake, also known as Bonds Creek Lake, is a 12-acre lake located in Ritchie County 3 miles northwest of Pennsboro. It is accessible from County Route 50/22 via a 1-mile gravel road.

Tracy Lake provides winter and spring trout fishing, and warm water fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish. Trout are stocked once both January and March. Tracy Lake has a healthy bass population, which produces several large bass each year. 

Tracy Lake Details at WVDNR