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Hatfield McCoy Trails

Hatfield-McCoy, located in southern West Virginia, is a network of off-highway vehicle trails open to All Terrain Vehicles, Side by Sides, and Dirt Bikes. The Hatfield McCoy Trail system is comprised of trails that are categorized according to level of difficulty. The trails are identified from easiest, more difficult, most difficult, extreme difficult, and single track trails. The trails are color coded for easy navigation. The trails are also numbered on corresponding trail marker signs. User maps are available at many local establishments.

The trails are managed by the State of West Virginia. The Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Authority or HMRRA is the state agency that is responsible for labeling and regulating the trail systems. The trails systems closet to our campground are the Pocahontas, Pinnacle Creek, and Indian Ridge systems. Other trails also include the Devil Anse trails, Bearwallow, Rockhouse, and Buffalo Mountain Trail systems.

You can find out more information about The Hatfield-McCoy Trails by visiting https://trailsheaven.com/ or by visiting http://ridehatfieldmccoy.com/.

Outlaw ATV Trails

There are many other trails in the surrounding area of the campground that are not part of the HMT systems. Those trails are directly accessible from the campground area. 

There are many private trail guides for hire that can be hired to do private tours during your stay. Rides are limited but we have several guides that we would recommend to our guests. If you are interested in reaching out to a private trail guide please reach out to us directly and we can foward you their information.   

Anawalt Lake

Located less than a mile from the campground is Anawalt Lake. The lake is stocked by the State of West Virginia. A beautiful foot trail surrounds the lake that provides great bank fishing access. In 1995 Anawalt Lake was stocked with largemouth bass and bluegill. The lake is stocked each year with channel catfish in June. Anawalt Lake is stocked monthly from February to May with Trout. The landscape and accessibility makes the lake a great asset to the campground and provides an alterantive outlet to enjoy the great outdoors during your stay at our campground.