Looking to do Some ATV Riding? West Virginia Terrain Provides Riders with World-Class Trails and Fun

World-class ATV riding awaits in Almost Heaven. West Virginia’s mountainous terrain makes it an ideal destination for atv riding and off-roading and West Virginia’s state parks and forests are in perfect locations to get out on the trails.


The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System is one of the largest public off-highway vehicle systems in the world with more than 1,000 miles of trail in the mountains of southern West Virginia. At Cabwaylingo State Forest, set out on the Cabwaylingo Trail, part of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and features 80 miles of trail.


Rest up after a day on the trails, at Chief Logan or Twin Falls Resort state parks. Chief Logan State Park is less than an hour away from six of the 10 trailheads in the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and is home to 75 comfy lodge rooms and three cozy cabins. Twin Falls Resort State Park is just 15-miles from the Pinnacle Creek trailhead and has an array of lodge rooms and cozy cabins with mountain views to choose from.


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