Explore the Hatfield McCoy Region



W hen it comes to all-terrain in Mercer County, we’ve got it all: a vast trail network and a county known for great food, brews and history. Our ATV-friendly community starts with the famous Hatfield-McCoy Trails. More than 700 miles of off-road adventure wind through these southern mountains, and it all begins with Mercer County’s Pocahontas trailhead near historic Bramwell. This convenient access point to Interstate 77 has a spacious parking lot and rest area. Best of all, it is open year-round. With dozens of lodging options – from tree houses to cabins – there are plenty of ways to kick back and relax after a day on the trails. Many of our ATV resorts are located directly on the trail system. All you have to do is unload and hit the trails! Once on the trails, ride to the nearest restaurant, Bramwell’s The Corner Shop , directly located near the Hatfield McCoy Trailhead. You can also ride further into the trail system and grab a pizza and beer at Wrong Turn Pizza . The Pocahontas Trail is best for families looking for scenic views on the trails, along with easy to moderate trails. Known as the Southern Gateway to the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, the area is home to the charming cities of Princeton and Bluefield, with smaller communities, Bramwell, Montcalm and Rock, that lead directly to the Hatfield-McCoy Trail system. We’ve got plenty of trails – whether you have an ATV, hiking boots or even a horse - to go along with any adventure. From our muddy and fast ATV trails to our quiet and peaceful hiking trails, Mercer County is home to three state parks, secluded waterfalls, miles of scenic beauty, a world-famous abandoned (haunted!) amusement park and historical connections to the world of rail and coal. Take your next trip in a new direction with a visit to Mercer County’s trails. visitermercercounty.com

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