Most noted for…
One of the largest continuous areas of the HMT network along with Warrior, Pocahontas and Indian Ridge trail systems and connectors.
Pinnacle Creek Trail System, with direct connections to the ATV- friendly towns of Mullens and Pineville, WV, is known for its breathtaking scenic views and proximity to world- class whitewater rafting and snow skiing—both less than an hour away. This trail system has direct access to gas, food and lodging. The trail system also connects with three other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems—Warrior, Indian Ridge and Pocahontas—to allow extended off-road trips.
Has a 2+ acre parking lot, staffed trailhead, on site restrooms, permits & merchandise. **Please note that the Pinnacle Creek Trailhead office is temporarily closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Operating hours are 9:00am to 2:00pm, Wednesday-Sunday!
Pineville, WV (food, fuel, lodging available)
Located in Wyoming County, Pineville is a small town of around 600 residents and is situated along the Guyandotte River. Pineville is the county seat and is home to the beautiful Wyoming County Courthouse, which sits on a hillside overlooking the town and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Pineville also features the towering Castle Rock sandstone, street-legal ATV riding, and unique local businesses, including many that cater to ATV riders. Twin Falls Resort State Park is also just 15 miles outside of town. Pineville is a friendly, welcoming tourist destination for nature lovers, outdoor adventurers, and anyone who is looking to get away from it all. Visitors can fish or kayak in the river, ride the ATV trails, hike or bike the forest trails, eat or shop at one of the local businesses, and more in a place that feels like a home away from home. As we say in Pineville, "All Trails Lead to Home." Check out Pineville’s website to learn more.