How much does it cost to ride Hatfield-McCoy Trails?
“How much does it cost?” All riders on the Hatfield-McCoy Trails are required to have a visible User Permit, which grants access to the hundreds of miles of these private trails. These permits last until December 31st of the year in which it is purchased, at just $26.50 for WV residents and $50 for non-residents.
What is the best time of year to ride the Hatfield-McCoy Trails?
The best time to ride is in autumn, when the leaves change color. “But as for the Hatfield-McCoy trails in general, there’s something for everyone,” Melinda said. “There are dedicated trails, and anyone from a beginner to a really advanced rider can explore them.”
What’s the best Hatfield-McCoy trail?
The most historic system along the Hatfield-McCoy rides, Buffalo Mountain offers amazing views of the Hatfield-McCoy Feud and Matewan Massacre sights. With a fairly even spread of beginner to challenging trails and 3 ATV-friendly towns along the trailheads, Buffalo Mountain offers a great mountain rider retreat.
Are the Hatfield-McCoy Trails open?
As one of the largest off-highway vehicle trail systems in the world, Hatfield-McCoy Trails is open 365 days a year and offers something for every skill level. Trails range from the scenic mountain views of Pinnacle Creek, to the tight and twisting trails of Bearwallow.
Can you drink on Hatfield-McCoy Trails?
(b) A person may not consume or possess any alcoholic liquor at any time or any location within the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area. (c) The operator or passenger of a motor vehicle within the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area shall wear size-appropriate protective helmets at all times.
What do I need to ride Hatfield-McCoy Trails?
Trail Rules & Regulations
- User permit required for all drivers and passengers.
- Everyone must wear a DOT or Snell approved helmet and eye protection.
- All operators and passengers must meet manufacturer’s minimum age and size requirements.
- No one under the age of 6 is allowed on the trails under any circumstances.
What is the easiest Hatfield and McCoy trail?
Coaldale is centrally located for easy access to several trails of the Hatfield McCoy ATV Trails including Pocahontas, Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek and Warrior. In addition to these trails there is also easy access to the the Spearhead Trails “Original Pocahontas” Trail.
Do I have to wear a helmet at the Hatfield McCoy trails?
Driver and passengers are required to wear helmets. Driver and passengers must have valid trail permits. A valid driver’s license is required to operate an ORV. All passengers must be 8 years of age or older OR at least 6 years of age and 4 feet tall.
Do you have to wear a helmet at Hatfield-McCoy Trails?
What is Hatfield-McCoy feud country?
The town sits at the heart of Hatfield-McCoy Feud country and hosted the beginning of a movement to reform fair working conditions and the right to unionize following the Mine Wars, Matewan Massacre, and Battle of Blair Mountain in the early parts of the twentieth century.
How far is the campground from the trail?
The campground is located less than 1/4 mile from trail #59 Devil Anse , which is in the heart of the trail system. With access to over 300+ miles of trails without having to move the truck, we make a day of fun easily accessible!!
Where can I camp in Mingo County?
With over 700+ miles of trails located all over Mingo County, Backwoods Camping has direct access to some of the most popular trails. The campground is located less than 1/4 mile from trail #59 Devil Anse , which is in the heart of the trail system.