Reedville is located in Northumberland County
at the southern mouth of the Potomac River where it meets the Chesapeake
Bay in eastern Virginia along Highway 360 in the Eastern Region
of the state. Reedville's history is entertwined with that of the Potomac River and Chesapeake
Bay. On Virginia's Northern Neck, the city was the home of wealthy fishermen and factory owners whose fortunes were made from the menhaden that populated those waters. Their Victorian mansions can be seen along Main Street. Reedville retains its ties to the water, as fishing charters and cruises to nearby Smith and Tangier Islands are popular with visitors. Reedsville is located at the end of Hwy 360.