Hatfield-McCoy Trail System
The Hatfield-McCoy Trails cut and wind through the beautiful mountains of southern West Virginia to create one of the largest off-highway vehicle trail system in the world! These award-winning trails are open to ATV’s, UTV’s and dirt bikes. The trails are open for business 365 days a year and offer many different trail types to suit riders of every interest and skill level.
The Ashland Resort features direct access to the Hatfield-McCoy trails directly from your campsite/cabin onto Indian Ridge Trail. Consisting of approximately 300 miles of trails, the Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, and Pocahontas Trail Systems offer community access to towns including Northfork, Keystone, Bramwell, Mullens, and Pineville.
Permits range between $26.50 for WV residents and $50.00 for Out-of-State residents. Permits are conveniently available at the campground store.
West Virginia is known as “Almost Heaven” and it is no coincidence the Hatfield-McCoy Trails have become known as “Trails Heaven”. Southern hospitality combined with hundreds of miles of trails with more being added every day, to form life-long memories and create an experience you will want to repeat again and again. Discover more today. For more information on the Hatfield-McCoy trail system, visit www.trailsheaven.com.
ORVs are permitted on the Ivy Branch system only. 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 over 8 years of age, or 4’9” tall. No booster or car seats are allowed. Seat belts must be worn at all times. the number of passengers is limited to the number of factory installed seat belts. ORVs are required to have a roll cage on all most difficult (black and black/red) trails.
The driver and passengers of a UTV must: Wear seat belts at all times; the number of passengers is limited to the number of factory installed seat belts. Drivers and passengers are required to wear helmets. Keep their hands, arms, feet, head and legs inside the vehicle at all times during operation. Possess a valid owner’s manual for the machine being operated that is able to be produced upon request. Stay on designated trails. UTVs are permitted on easiest, more difficult, and select most difficult trails (signed accordingly).
UTVs must be equipped with a steering wheel and roll-over protection system from the manufacturer. Low pressure tires required—max 20psi at manufacturers’ recommended inflation.
The Dinner Bucket (aka Shupester’s)
It is conveniently located off of the Indian Ridge Trail, and just a short drive from the campground.
Call them at (304)862-2800 for more information.
The Corner Shop
The Corner Shop is a delightful old fashioned soda fountain and Diner located in Historic Bramwell, WV. Formerly the Bryant Pharmacy, it is a beautiful and memorable trip back in time. It is located minutes from the Pocahontas Trail Head and less than twenty minutes from the campground by car or a pleasant day trip by ATV. Address is 171 Main Street, Bramwell, WV 24715. Call 304-248-7632 or Click Here for more information.
Main Street Eatery
The Main Street Eatery is a family style full service restaurant located in Historic Bramwell, WV. They offer a buffet along with take-out and delivery. Call them at (304) 248-7414 for more information.
Ole Jose Grill
Ole Jose Grill and Cantina is located in Pineville WV, the county seat of Wyoming County, on the banks of the Guyandotte River. Ole Jose Grill and Cantina has something for everyone. Authentic Mexican Food, Wood Fired Gourmet Pizza, and Homemade Italian Food, have made Ole Jose an eclectic choice of all Southern WV. Address is 564 River Road Pineville, WV 24874. Call (304) 732-9876 or Click Here for more information.
Pinnacle Drive Inn
Pinnacle Drive Inn is a family owned restaurant located in Pineville, WV. Address is 88 Pinnacle Ave Pineville, WV 24874 for more information call (304)732-7785
WV ATV Rentals offer ATV rentals along with guided tours of the Hatfield McCoy trail systems. For the more adventurous riders zip line tours are also available.
Call (704) 224-3097 or Click Here for more information
Pinnacle Rock State Park
Located along Route 52, near historic Bramwell in Mercer County, Pinnacle Rock State Park is one of the more interesting day use parks operated by the West Virginia State Park system.
Towering above the rugged mountains of southeastern West Virginia, Pinnacle Rock is an unusual sandstone formation reaching 3,100 feet above sea level. This park provides a relaxing picnic area in an unusual scenic setting.
The park was opened in 1938 when the Conservation Commission purchased a 26 acre tract of land surrounding the rock. Parking areas, walkway and a large picnic shelter with a stone fireplace were then constructed by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in conjunction with the state of West Virginia. Today there are nearly 400 acres which include Jimmy Lewis Lake (seasonally stocked with trout) located nearby within the park boundary.
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Pipestem State Park
Escape to the mountains at Pipestem Resort Park, the "Year-round Crown Jewel of West Virginia State Parks." From beautiful scenic overlooks of the Bluestone Gorge to the two lodges, vacation rental cottages, campgrounds, golf courses, restaurants, modern conference facilities, and much more, Pipestem Resort State Park has something for everyone.
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Pipestem Drive-In Theatre
This iconic drive in movie theater is located in Pipestem, WV. The theater is usually open the first weekend in May up until sometime in the fall (depending on weather). Movies are shown Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Gates open at 7:30 and movie begins when it gets dark. Movies change weekly, two movies are showed each night.
Call (304)384-7382 or Click Here for more information
Tamarack’s striking, peaked red roof and attractively landscaped grounds draw half a million visitors annually into a welcome respite of visual beauty, Appalachian sounds, and distinctive aromas.
Tamarack with its unique retail artisan products and extraordinary food fare started out as a simple vision to promote the Mountain State’s wonderful image. Wildly popular after nearly 20 years, Tamarack greets hundreds of thousands of guests annually with a memorable experience.
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