Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region

McDowell County

The Bear’s Den The Bear’s Den ATV Cottage is located on five acres adjacent to the Kimball-to-Welch Hatfield-McCoy Community Connector on Belcher Mountain in McDowell County. If peace, quiet and privacy is what you seek after a long day’s ride, this is the place for you. Hundreds of miles of trails are accessible from this location, with no need to trailer your ATV. The cottage has four bedrooms—three queen beds, four twin beds, and a full-size futon—with two-and-a-half baths and can host a maximum of 12 guests. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are provided. After a day on the trails, gather around the fire pit with wood provided for your enjoyment to share stories of the day. 5 Baptist Drive, Welch, 304.887.3185, @bearsdenatvcottage on Facebook

Brewster’s Lodge Brewster’s Lodge is a charming old coal-camp house in Newhall. It is the perfect home base for enthusiasts who want to go four-wheeling on the Hatfield-McCoyWarrior Trail system and for motorcycle riders who want to ride the “Head of the Dragon” to become a DragonMaster. This year-round vacation rental sleeps up to nine people in the main house and two people in the Retreat. The house has a living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, and one bath. Enjoy a large backyard with a picnic table, creekside bench, swing, charcoal grill, and fire pit. There is also an open lot for guests who have dogs. Bring your own food and prepare your meals in a fully finished kitchen—or you can walk to the Ol’ Country Store . Also nearby is the town of War, where you’ll find the Coalfield Cafe , Orbie’s Coffee Shop , the Owl’s Nest Drive-In , and Troy’s Pizza . 6480 Rocket Boys Dr, Newhall, 304.875.3389, @brewsterslodgevacation- rental on Facebook Retired NASA engineer and McDowell County native Homer Hickam published his boyhood memoir, “ Rocket Boys .” The book recalls the waning days of coal mining in the town of Coalwood, the dawn of space exploration in

Me and Mr. Jones Estate Bed & Breakfast Just a stone’s throw from the Hatfield-McCoy Trails system, Me and Mr. Jones Estate is a spacious mountainside lodge that will make the time spent off the trails just as fun and relaxing as the hours spent riding your ATV through the scenic West Virginia mountains. The lodge is located in the home of the famous coal baron James Ellwood Jones. Guests may enjoy complimentary tours of the gracious mansion, named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. Located less than 2 miles off U.S. Route 52 in Maybeury, this lodge can accommodate up to eight guests in each of its two units. The upstairs unit is your home away from home with two bedrooms, a deluxe kitchen, living room with TV, and bathroom. The downstairs unit is the bunkhouse. It consists of one large sleeping area with four bunk beds, kitchen, TV area, showers, and bathroom. After a long day of ATV riding, you can enjoy other amenities, such as grilling, horseshoes, cornhole, an outdoor fire pit, and a swimming pool. A large, secure parking area offers plenty of room for loading and unloading ATV trailers. 114 Papaya Street, Maybeury, 304.827.2887, “Me and Mr. Jones Estate” on Facebook

Did You Know...

the late 1950s, and the lofty aspirations of a group of mountain boys. In 1999, Universal Studios released the film “ October Sky ,” based on Hickam’s book.


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