Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region

Old School ATV Retreat

Miracle Mountain Trailhouse For large groups looking for an entire house to book for their next ATV adventure, Miracle Mountain Trailhouse in Gary is the perfect spot for enjoying the trails and then unwinding together afterward to relive the day’s ride. Miracle Mountain Trailhouse features five bedrooms—10 total beds—with two full baths and a full kitchen for its guests. It truly is a home away from home. Just head out the door in the morning to catch the Hatfield- McCoy Warrior Trail or explore outlaw trails of varying difficulty throughout the area. After your day on the trails, cook out on the grill and then retreat to the fire pit for an evening of peace, quiet, and tall tales. Miracle Mountain also comes equipped with an ATV/ bike wash and an outdoor shower if you get extra muddy. 2431 Miracle Mountain Road, Gary, 434.637.2188

Mama Dood’s ATV Lodging

Located in Gary, Mama Dood ’s honors the nickname of the owner’s mother-in-law. This bed and breakfast opened in 2008 and is a homestyle place where you can relax in a clean and quiet atmosphere. Mama Dood’s is newly remodeled and is just a short distance from the Hatfield-McCoy Warrior trailhead in Gary. Mama Dood’s caters to groups of six to eight people. All four rooms have two beds. A downstairs room with a private bath holds twin and queen beds. The upstairs rooms share a common bath. You can prepare a meal using the gas grill on the porch with the help of a microwave and toaster oven. Coffee, water, and simple breakfast snacks are included with your stay. After a day on the trails, enjoy the Wi-Fi or relax on the wrap around porch. In addition to access to the Hatfield- McCoy Trails, Mama Dood’s provides ample parking and is close to local gas and food markets. Enjoy world class riding to world- class trail riding, enjoy great hunting and fishing in the area. Miracle Mountain Park is just a few miles away and offers a playground and a picnic area. 191 Ream Road, Gary, 304.448.2566

Built in the early 20th century, Gary Hollow became an industrial powerhouse and had some of the most productive coal mines inWest Virginia. Gary and its satellite towns employed thousands of miners. The workforce was highly diverse, with workers from all over the world, especially eastern and southern Europe and the deep south in the United States. The former Gary High School, built in 1914, has served for the past 15 years as a mission and outreach center that strives to bring hope and help to this community. A wing of the old school has been converted into rooms for riders on the Hatfield-McCoy Trails. Profits from this endeavor go toward the mission and outreach programs while providing much-needed employment in the community. Apartment-style suites, private rooms, and bunk rooms are available. Enjoy a variety of breakfast selections in the breakfast bistro each morning before you hit the trails. The retreat offers trail permits, gated parking, a picnic area, a fire pit, and scenic stream views. 97 Coal Diggers Street, Gary, 304.448.2309, @oldschoolretreat on Facebook Did You Know...

McDowell County is West Virginia‘s southern most county and is often referred to as the “Free State” because of the independent nature of its citizens.

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