COVID-19 Update

Under Gov. Justice’s reopening plan, West Virginia Strong – The Comeback, the Hatfield-McCoy Trails will be permitted to have a limited reopening effective Thursday, May 21, 2020.

While riders will be allowed on the trails, all trailhead facilities and welcome centers, as well as the visitor center for the trail system, will remain closed. All parking areas at the trailheads will remain open for use.

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April 2019 - Hatfield-McCoy Trails

April 2019 - Hatfield-McCoy Trails

Dirt Days Festival starts April 26th in Williamson, WV!

Dirt Days Festival starts April 26th in Williamson, WV!

April 18, 2019

Dirt Days is a festival held April 26th, 27th, and 28th 2019 in Downtown Williamson, West Virginia that showcases some of the best Side-By-Side, ATV, and Dirtbike Trails in North America. The festival includes many industry-related vendors, an awesome local food scene, hundreds of miles of trail riding within a 1/4 mile of the city, a parade, and more! 

The 2019 Dirt Days Event will consist of:

  • -Immediate Access to 300+ Miles of Trail Riding on the Buffalo Mountain, Devil Anse and Rock House Trails
  • -Immediate Access to the MOST single-trails of ANY Hatfield McCoy Trail System for Dirtbike Riders
  • -Mudpit (Specific Location in Williamson TBA, 12PM-8PM on Friday, 10AM-8PM on Saturday)
  • -Poker Night (Friday Night-Downtown Williamson at The Special Events Party & Event Room)
  • -Poker Run (Time TBA)
  • -Live Musical Entertainment (Friday and Saturday Night from 6PM-10PM; Downtown Williamson)
  • -Vendors and Showcases (Friday from 2PM-10PM and Saturday from 10AM-10PM; Downtown Williamson)
  • -Car/Bike Show (Saturday 10AM-2PM; Downtown Williamson on 1st Avenue)
  • -Tug of War (at the Mudpit) – (Saturday at 4PM)
  • -Parade (Saturday at 5PM Downtown Williamson)

For more information, please visit the links below:

Dirt Days Facebook Page

Event Registration

 

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Use Up-to-date Maps

April 1, 2019

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For the safety of anyone traveling along the Hatfield-McCoy Trails, please make sure you are using the most current, updated trail maps. All updated maps can be found either on our website (each trail page has a link to view/download the map for that trail) or at one of our Trailhead facilities/Welcome Centers. If you pick up a map from a local business, please check the date with the map that is posted on our website to ensure you are using the correct map. If you are using a map or GPS tablet from another source, please know that these maps could be outdated or incorrect and could be sending you to unsafe areas that are currently off-limits or private property. We ask that everyone respects any and all “Temporarily Closed” or “No Entry” signs along our trail systems.

Thank you,

— HMT Staff

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