When it comes to all-terrain, we’ve got it all: a vast trail network and a county known for great food, brews and history.
Our ATV-friendly community starts with the famous Hatfield-McCoy Trails. More than 700 miles of off-road adventure wind through these southern mountains, and it all begins with Mercer County’s Pocahontas trailhead in historic Bramwell. This convenient access point to 1-77 has a spacious parking lot and rest area. Best of all, it’s open year-round and you can end your day of rugged muddin’ by exploring Millionaire Row! There are plenty of places to roll your ATV on up for cozy accommodations!
When you decide to stay a while, we’ve got hotels, cabins, and farmhouse B&Bs—all with Southern hospitality. Many properties can accommodate multiple machines, trailers and trucks—and offer locked storage and permits.
For a really quaint and unique rest, climb up to a rustic treehouse. When you scramble back down, enjoy a good brew and meet the buffalo (yes, the real animal.)
Curl up in a woodland cabin away from the world, bring your RV and settle for the week or let our local B&B owners take care of you in the morning with a homemade, hearty meal. You can even stay under the clear, sparkling stars at a scenic campsite.
You’re bound to work up an appetite and crave a little local flavor. Dining in Mercer County is a little bit of Appalachian sensibility with down-home fresh taste. The small town establishments serve up everything from coffee and ice cream to beer and barbecue. Historic spots have been cooking up comfort classics for ages. Our culinary tour can wind you through some of the best dining destinations.
Our county is an adventure waiting to happen—get out and explore!
Last modified: June 7, 2020