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Trails, Off Road Parks, ATV Trails
and Motocross Tracks!

If you are looking for (WV) West Virginia trails then you’ve come to the right place. The trails condition found in this state vary from gravel, rock, and sand to hard packed clay.

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Most of the mountains are covered with vegetation, oaks, hickories, beech, and all the usual undergrowth. The trails are frequently shaded in a thirty foot high canopy of leaves which brings some relief in the hot summer months.

So what are you waiting for? Go find a trail and start your next adventure!

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Burning Rock Off-Road Park

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: Visit Park Website For Directions
GPS: N37.69367 W81.30117
Contact Phone Number: 877-683-9240

Description: Burning Rock Outdoor Adventure Park is a family-fueled, mom-approved, razz-your-buddies, go-big-or-go-home, beginners-always-welcome, muddy-and-proud-of-it way to have good time on a West Virginia vacation in the New River Gorge. ATVs are easy to ride and our trails are huge fun, we promise!

If you ride an ATV, UTV, or dirt bike (or really, really want to), Burning Rock is the right place with the West Virginia trails you're looking for. We're here to help you plan it all out with guided trips, rentals, and more.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg


Hatfield & McCoy Trail System

Description: The Hatfield & McCoy Trail System is a statutory corporation created by the (WV) West Virginia Legislature to generate economic development through tourism in nine southern West Virginia counties. By mid-2009, the Hatfield & McCoy Trail System covered more than 500 miles of off-road trails in five of its nine project counties. Each of its six West Virginia trail systems is open 365 days a year to ATVs, dirt bikes, and utility vehicles (UTVs). Many of the trail systems also offer community connecting trails that allow visitors to access “ATV-friendly towns” to experience the charm of southern West Virginia.

The six Hatfield & McCoy trail systems are Rockhouse, Buffalo Mountain, Bearwallow, Indian Ridge, Little Coal, and Pinnacle Creek. No matter which trail system you choose, Hatfield & McCoy Trail visitors can expect to find a variety of trails ranging from easiest to most difficult. These are not your typical “flatlander” trails, however, and can be a challenge for a first-time rider.

The overall goal of the Hatfield & McCoy Trails project is to develop a world-class trail system with an emphasis on safety in each of its nine project counties throughout southern West Virginia. Project estimates have concluded that once the trails are developed and linked, there may be as much as 2,000 total miles of trails. Long-term plans for the Hatfield & McCoy Trails also include a 4x4 park in Kanawha County and designated trail areas for equestrian and other non-motorized users.

Contact Phone Number: 800-592-2217

The six Hatfield & McCoy West Virginia trail systems are listed below.

Bearwallow Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 247 Bearwallow Drive, Ethel, West Virginia 25076
GPS: 37.86384 -81.93193


Description: The Bearwallow Trail System located near the town of Logan consists of approximately 67 total miles of West Virginia trails. The Bearwallow Trail has one Trailhead with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. Bearwallow is one of the more popular trail systems of the Hatfield & McCoy Trails and is commonly known for its difficult single track and most difficult level trails. The breakdown in trail percentages for this trail system is as follows: 14.7 miles or 22% are green trails (easiest), 29.7 miles or 44% blue trails (more difficult), 11.2 miles or 19% black trails (most difficult), 1.9 miles or 3% red/black (extreme difficult), and 8.2 miles or 12% orange trails (single track only). This trail system has direct access to gas, food, and lodging.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg

Buffalo Mountain Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 34 Oakwood Heights Road, Williamson, West Virginia 25661-9612
GPS: 37.70070 -82.21320


Description: The Buffalo Mountain West Virginia Trail System located between Williamson, Delbarton, and Matewan, West Virginia, consists of 86.3 total miles of trail. The Buffalo Mountain Trail System has two Trailheads with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. The first is located just south of Williamson on Route 52, and the second is located in historic Matewan. The Buffalo Mountain Trail is commonly known as the most historic trail of all the Hatfield & McCoy systems. Buffalo Mountain also has the most single track mileage of any Hatfield-McCoy Trail System with over 20 new miles opened in 2009. This trail system has three community connectors in the towns of Williamson, Delbarton, and Matewan. The breakdown in trail mileage on the Buffalo Trail System is as follows: 47.2 miles or 55% are green trails (easiest), 13.5 miles or 16% are blue trails (more difficult), 7.1 miles or 8% are black trails (most difficult), 1.5 miles or 1% are red/black (extreme difficult),and 17 miles or 20% are orange trails (single track only). This trail system has direct access to the cities of Matewan, Delbarton, and Williamson, WV. Each of these towns offer fuel, full service food, and lodging services.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg

Little Coal River Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 28 Big Pinnacle Branch Road, Julian, WV 25529
GPS: 38.18642 -81.84399


Description: The Little Coal River West Virginia Trail System located just off Route 119, near Danville and Madison consists of 54.5 total miles of trail. The Little Coal River Trail has one Trailhead with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. Little Coal is most commonly known for its high percentage of green or easiest level trails. The breakdown in trail percentages is as follows: 14 miles or 46% are green trails (easiest), 20.5 miles or 38% blue trails (more difficult), 3.1 miles or 6% black trails (most difficult), and 6 miles or 10% orange trails (single track only). This trail system has direct access to lodging and is located very near family, summer season activities.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg

Indian Ridge Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: Northfork, West Virginia 24868
GPS: 37.41330 -81.35263


Description: The Indian Ridge West Virginia Trail System is the newest addition to the Hatfield & McCoy Trails and is located near Ashland, WV. Indian Ridge consists of approximately 63 miles of trail. This Trail System also has a trail connector that links to the Pinnacle Creek Trail System. Trail visitors can ride legally with direct trail access on the connector between the Indian Ridge and Pinnacle Creek Trail. The Indian Ridge Trail System has one trailhead with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. This trail offers a nice variety of trails for all difficulty levels. The breakdown in trail percentage for this trail system is as follows: 18 miles or 30% are green trails (easiest), 25.5 miles 41% blue (more difficult), 12.7 miles or 20% black (most difficult), .5 miles or 1% red/black (extremely difficult), and 5.6 miles or 8% are orange trails (single track). This trail system offers community access to the Town of Northfork and the Town of Keystone. Nearby communities offer fuel, food, and lodging accommodations.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg

Pinnacle Creek Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 2733 Pinnacle Road, Pineville, WV 24874
GPS: 37.55580 -81.50793


Description: The Pinnacle Creek West Virginia Trail System located near the town of Pineville consists of approximately 79.6 total miles of trail. This Trail System also has a trail connector that links to the Indian Ridge Trail System. Trail visitors can ride legally with direct trail access on the connector between the Indian Ridge and Pinnacle Creek Trail. The Pinnacle Creek Trail system has one Trailhead with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. This trail system is known for its breathtaking scenic views and is located less than one hour from world class whitewater rafting and a snow skiing resort. This trail system has two community connectors in the towns of Pineville and Mullens, WV. The breakdown in trail percentages for the Pinnacle Creek Trail System is as follows: 29 miles or 36% are green trails (easiest), 30.2 miles or 38% blue trails (more difficult), 7.3 miles or 9% black trails (most difficult), 5.1 or 6% black/red trails (extreme difficult), and 8 miles or 11% orange trails (single track). This trail system has direct access to the cities of Pineville and Mullens, WV. Each of these towns offer fuel, full service food, and lodging services.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg

Rockhouse Trails

Vehicle Types: ATV - Dirt Bike - Motocross

Address: 383 Rockhouse Creek Road, Man, West Virginia 25635
GPS: 37.726389 -81.88371


Description: The Rockhouse West Virginia Trail System is located between the towns of Man and Gilbert, consists of 89.3 miles of trail. Rockhouse has one trailhead located just outside the town of Man, WV with a two-acre parking area and restrooms. Rockhouse has the largest total mileage of any of the six Hatfield & McCoy Trail Systems and offers a wide variety of trails for all difficulty levels. The breakdown in trail percentages for this trail system is as follows: 47.3 miles or 53% are green trails (easiest), 19.7 miles or 22% blue (more difficult), 10.9 miles or 12% black (most difficult), 4.3 miles or 5% red/black trails (extremely difficult), and 7.1 or 8% orange (single track only). This trail system has direct access to the cities of Man and Gilbert, WV. Each of these towns offer fuel, full service food, and lodging accommodations.

Located Near These Regional Cities: Charleston, Wheeling, Morgantown, Beckley, Fairmont, Clarksburg


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