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TRAIL SYSTEM: Hatfield and McCoy

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<p class="style1"><span>Hundreds of miles of trails cut through the rich mountains of southern West Virginia to create one ofthe largest off-highway vehicle trail systems in the world. The award-winning Hatfield-McCoy Trails offer something for every skill level, from the scenic mountain views of Pinnacle Creek, to the tight and twisting trails of Dingess Rum. Many trails connect to West Virginia's “ATV friendly towns” where visitors can grab a bite to eat and experience true Southern hospitality.</span></p>
<p class="style1"><span>The goal of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails is to provide the finest recreational experience in the country, and with praises from Dirt Wheels, ATV Illustrated, ATV Sport, Rirt Rider, and ATV Magazine, as well as television spots on The Outdoor Life Network and The Discovery Channel, it seems people are starting to take note. West Virginia is known as "Almost Heaven," so it's only natural the Hatfield-McCoy Trails have become known as “Trails Heaven.” </span></p>
<p class="style1"><span>On this web siteyou’ll find everything you need to have an enjoyable stay in Hatfield-McCoy country. There are sections on safety -our number one priority-, trail descriptions, driving directions to trailheads, lodging facilities, where to buy your trail permits, places of interest around the trails, and advertisements from our sponsors, without whom this project wouldn’t be possible. We thank them for helping us to preserve trails for you.</span></p>
<p class="style1"><span>If you have questions, feel free to call the Hatfield-McCoy offices at 1-800-592-2217. Welcome to “TrailsHeaven” Trails Heaven, a system of professionally managed trails that are the most enjoyable in the country!</span></p>

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Hatfield-McCoy Continues Expansion

t may be the best-known, large-scale ATV trail system in the country, and it’s not done growing yet. With a few tweaks made in the last year, there’s a host of changes planned in the near future at West Virginia’s Hatfield-McCoy Trails System.

In 2008, the organization added four miles of trail at the Browning Fork system, connecting it into Gilbert, home of the annual Trail Fest event.

A new Welcome Center also went up this year at the Little Coal River system. It will serve as the retail merchandise headquarters for the whole system, and as the new trailhead for the Little Coal trails.

There’s more in the works, including a few projects that are going to bring dramatic changes to Hatfield-McCoy. Officials are in the early stages of connecting the Indian Ridge and Pinnacle Creek systems, in the southern part of the state, with a potential future connection to the nearby Twin Falls State Park.

Near Logan, the trails authority is in the early stages of building a connecting trail from Dingess Rum to the Fountain Place Mall, part of an eventual connection to the sprawling Chief Logan State Park.

Recreational side-by-side owners can also look forward to the transformation of the Little Coal River trails into a UTV park, with all trails being open to UTV traffic.

Even more changes are in line for the most distant future, as Hatfield-McCoy is working with area landowners and the Army Corps of Engineers for Lincoln County and Wayne County systems.

Ongoing updates are available at
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