West Virginia is home to world class ATV riding, including the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System. The Hatfield-McCoy trails are one of the largest public off-highway vehicle trail systems in the world with more than 600 miles of trail in the mountains of Southern West Virginia. ATV riding is also available through tourism outfitters on private trails. You can take advantage of West Virginia’s best ATV riding while staying at one of three parks near trail heads. Chief Logan, Little Beaver, and Twin Falls Resort State Park are all located nearby trails for motorized recreation. While ATV use is not permitted in the parks, West Virginia State Parks are the perfect place to unwind after an exciting day on the trails!
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