Nestled in the mountains of southern West Virginia, the Hatfield McCoy Trail System is a world-class destination. With over 600 miles of off-road trails, the Hatfield McCoy Trail System has something for every enthusiast. The trail network is currently made up of seven different systems: Bearwallow, Buffalo Mountain, Devil Anse, Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, Pocahontas and Rockhouse. ATVs, UTVs and dirt bikes are permitted on all seven trail systems; however, ORVs and 4x4s are also permitted on the Bearwallow Trail System. Whether you are looking for a laid back, scenic trail ride or a more advanced, extreme trail ride, the Hatfield McCoy Trail System is the place to be! With the small fee of $50.00 per year, an individual can grant access to any system within the Hatfield McCoy Trail network. Each trail system has access to an ATV-friendly town in which you can ride your machine through for fuel, food, lodging and more.
While visiting the Hatfield McCoy Trail System, stop and spend some time in Logan County. Our county is filled with a variety of historic, scenic and entertaining attractions. Whether you are looking for a convenient hotel room, a unique lodge or a top-notch cabin, Logan County has it all. While in town, visit one of our history rich museums or West Virginia’s longest-running Outdoor Theatre. If you are searching for a good meal, look no more! We offer authentic Italian cuisine, southern style meals, curbside service at our drive-ins and sweet treats at the bakery. We also have two moonshine distilleries which you can tour and sample. As West Virginians, we are proud of our mountain heritage and are honored to share it with you. We invite you to come explore and experience your own mountain adventure!