Once a recreational area on the outskirts of Lewisburg, Lake Reynolds was closed down and abandoned before the Great War due to the mounting pollution in Ash Heap. After the Great War, the lake was used as a camp by the Responders. The corpses of some of their members can still be found in the location.
Lake Reynolds sits to the southwest of the Lewisburg station. In its immediate vicinity are a small building, a campsite, a playground, and a few dilapidated fairground rides from the pre-War era. The building has posters in its windows advertising the attractions in the area - a Ferris wheel, paddle boats, and "Twister." There is a weapons workbench outside the building but the building itself is boarded up and inaccessible.
A Responder corpse lies next to a truck parked between the building and a small campsite with a tent. Further to the west of the lake is what remains of the advertised Ferris wheel and another ride with swings - presumably the "Twister." There are patches of land running through the middle of the lake that makes crossing the water easier. A number of woodpiles and logs can be found here, making it a good source for gathering wood.
- Potential weapon mod plan - On the back of a pickup truck, to the right of a footlocker.
Lake Reynolds appears only in Fallout 76.
Behind the scenesEdit
Lake Reynolds is based on the Lake Shawnee Amusement Park, which operated in Princeton, West Virginia, from 1926-1966. Six people died at the park during this period, which led to urban legends that the park was haunted. Nathan Purkeypile stated on Twitter that it was chosen to be represented in Fallout 76 for its historical significance.