ATV touring is among the most popular forms of recreation accommodated in West Virginia, where ATVs provide a preferred mode of transportation in rural areas and are also a favorite means of off-road recreation. ATV touring guides and outfitters do a brisk business year-round.
Map showing ATV trail networks in West Virginia
ATV touring has become a principal attraction
Thousands of miles of back-country trails in West Virginia are unofficially popular routes, and you’re bound to encounter three-wheelers and four-wheelers on backroads throughout much of the state. Tourists from across the globe travel to West Virginia to explore designated off-highway trail systems, including the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, which include more than 400 miles of designated trail in the state’s southern mountains.