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Hatfield-McCoy Trail

Lyburn, WV 25632
+1 800-592-2217
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Best Riding I've Done. You got to visit

Great place to ride; SxS, 4wheelers, or motorcycles. You can go and go for forever. Pack a sandwich... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
Dave E
via mobile

My husband drove from Eugene Oregon (I flew) to come out and ride with my brother and let me say it... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
Kathy S
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Lyburn, WV 25632
+1 800-592-2217
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Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

Great place to ride; SxS, 4wheelers, or motorcycles. You can go and go for forever. Pack a sandwich and some water because you won't want to stop riding! The trails are well maintained, large, wide, so you can ride with confidence. Don't forget to buy...More

Thank Dave E
Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

My husband drove from Eugene Oregon (I flew) to come out and ride with my brother and let me say it was worth it! We stayed at Sams Guest House in Northfort which was a 3 bedroom home with plenty of room to sleep a...More

1  Thank Kathy S
Reviewed 18 April 2017

It is packed with beautiful scenery! We went to bearwallow trail and it had a little of everything! There are hard and easy trails! If you can go you should! Get a permit at local gas stations or online.

Thank robynatkins
Reviewed 20 February 2017

My brother and I took a road trip and stopped at many of the H&M historical sites. Be sure to stop at the McCoy Well and talk to the neighbor Neil for a ton of insight on the historical happenings!

Thank yellowbird92
Reviewed 27 October 2016

Visited HM trails for the first time last weekend. It was cold and poured the rain down on our first day. The trails were extremely slick with deep mud, which made the hairpin turns (with the serious drop offs on one side) very scary. No...More

2  Thank Cathy S
Reviewed 17 October 2016

I've rode Indian ridge and pocahuntas trail systems both are easy access from the highway with plenty of parking and places to get fuel food ect. You can even ride into town. the trails are overly maintained in some spots making it more like a...More

Thank Clint S
Reviewed 27 September 2015

We road Bearwallo Trail System and entered onto the trail head from Logan. The trails were amazingly well kept and marked. We road trails 15,12,14 which took us through the entire trail. This was considered the "easiest" trail and that is how it was marked....More

5  Thank Julie A
Reviewed 8 August 2015

My daughter (10 years old) and I made the 300 mile trip up to WV to check this trail system out. We decided to stay around Bluefield near the Pocahontas and Indian Ridge trail systems. This are isn;t as ATV friendly as the northern trail...More

Reviewed 14 May 2014

We were there for two days, the Buffalo and the Bearwallow trails are certainly not your usual trails, after you get used to the rocks anf rough terrain, and hairpin turns it was a good test to what the ORV can do ( Razor800RZRS) we...More

2  Thank Bett05
Reviewed 27 November 2013

This is a GREAT geocaching area. The Hatfield McCoy trail is a MEGA site in the fall and a geocacher MUST-VISIT destination. You can rack up several hundred caches on the country roads here and learn the history of the feud by visiting actual historic...More

5  Thank warren w
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Christopher M
1 April 2015|
Response from sig67 |
You cannot have any firearms there they would rather have you be a victim in the middle of the woods.