Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region

Warrior Trail System

The Warrior Trail System is located in the town of War—West Virginia’s most southern city. This trail system also accesses the ATV friendly city of Gary. The Warrior system has nearly 100 miles of rugged West Virginia trails with a mix of all-terrain and rocky hill riding that keeps bringing you back for more. The Warrior Trail System offers numerous scenic views and has direct access to gas, food, and lodging. The system also connects with the Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, and Pocahontas trail systems.

Pocahontas Trail System

Rockhouse Trail System

The Pocahontas Trail System is the easternmost of all of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails and is located near Bluefield, West Virginia, and Interstate 77, a main route for travelers in the eastern U.S. The Pocahontas Trail System links up to three other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems—Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, and Warrior—making for the most continuous miles of trails east of the Mississippi. The trailhead is located in Coaldale, just outside the town of Bramwell, historically known as home to the most millionaires in the nation in the early 20th century. Pocahontas offers approximately 100 miles of trail when all are open to the public and, when combined with the Indian Ridge, Warrior, and Pinnacle Creek trails, the four trail systemnetwork offers nearly 400 miles of riding adventure. Trails are open to all skill levels of riders including novice, intermediate, and advanced level trail riders who wish to ride between the three trail systems. Trails open to dirt bikes, SxSs, and ATVs. Note that this trail currently does not offer trails open to the 4x4 user group. Pocahontas Trailhead 11110 Coal Heritage Road, Bramwell, 304.248.8483 The trailhead has a two-plus-acre parking lot, staff on site, on-site restrooms, per- mits, and merchandise. Amenities such as food, gas, and lodging are accessible near the trailhead and in the town of Bramwell.

One of three original trail systems of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, Rockhouse is a favorite of many trail riding enthusiasts from around the world. The Rockhouse Trail System opened in 2000 and is the largest single trail system, with more than 100 miles of trails. It offers a wide variety of trails at all difficulty levels. It is especially popular with riders who are looking for an “extreme” riding experience. More than 300 miles of trails are available when including the connecting trails of Devil Anse and Buffalo Mountain. This trail is popular with novice, intermediate, and advanced skill level riders. Trails are open to SxSs, ATVs, and dirt bikes. Note that this trail is not currently open to the 4x4 user group. This trail system has direct access to the ATV-friendly towns of Man and Gilbert. Each of these towns offers fuel, food, and lodging, along with a generous helping of southern hospitality. The town of Gilbert plays host to the National Trailfest each October.

Warrior Trailhead 84 Silcox Lane, War, 304.875.4185

The trailhead has a two-plus-acre parking lot, staff on site, on-site restrooms, per- mits, and merchandise.

Rockhouse Trailhead 83 Rockhouse Creek Road, Man, 304.583.0590

The trailhead has a two-plus-acre park- ing lot, staff on site, on-site restrooms, permits, and merchandise.

New trails for 2021 Ivy Branch Trail System

The Cabwaylingo The Cabwaylingo Trail System is located in the tranquil setting of the Cabwaylingo State Forest in Wayne County. This trail system is open to ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes and 4x4s such as Jeeps, rock crawlers and trucks.

The Ivy Branch Trail System is open to ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, and 4x4s such as Jeeps, rock crawlers, and trucks.

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