ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) provide a preferred mode of transportation in rural West Virginia and are also a favorite means of off-road recreation. Thousands of miles of backcountry trails are unofficially popular ATV routes, and you're bound to encounter three-wheelers and four-wheelers on backroads throughout much of the state. Every year tourists from across the globe travel to the Mountain State to travel its designated off-highway trail systems, including the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, which includes more than 400 miles of designated trail in the states southern mountains.
ATV Trails & Trail Systems
Across West Virginia (WV), designated ATV and off-road vehicle trails have been developed and are being expanded. More than 800 miles of public trail have been established in the system of Hatfield-McCoy Trails in southern West Virginia. Another 100 miles have been developed by on private trail systems. Thousands of miles of unofficial ATV and off-road vehicle trails travel the mountains.
ACE Adventure Resort -- 20+ miles, private, New River Gorge
Bearwallow -- 60+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Buffalo Mountain -- 90+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Burning Rock -- 100+ miles, private, Burning Rock Off-Road Park
Indian Ridge -- 60+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Little Coal River -- 60+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Pinnacle Creek -- 100+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Pocahontas -- 50+ miles, publiic access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
Rock House -- 80+ miles, public access, Hatfield-McCoy Trails
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