Ride The Hatfield-McCoy Trail
Welch, WV is located in ATV Country! We welcome ATV, UTV, and Dirt Bike Riders from all over the world to experience the famous Hatfield-McCoy Trail that is well known
for its diverse twists and turns that will keep you coming back for more!!!
The Hatfield-McCoy Trail, located in West Virginia, is a nationally known trail system most popular for its off-highway vehicle trails. The trail system is a multi-county project, including the West Virginia counties of McDowell, Wyoming, Mercer, Logan, Kanawha, Wyoming, Wayne, Lincoln, Mingo, and Boone counties.
The Hatfield-McCoy Trail got its name from the Hatfield-McCoy Feud.
The Hatfield-McCoy movie is on Amazon Prime and highly recommended.
Welch, WV is located in McDowell County which is located on the most southern tip of West Virginia. McDowell County was created in 1858 by the Virginia General Assembly and named for Virginia Governor James McDowell. It became a part of West Virginia in 1863, when several counties seceded from the state of Virginia during the American Civil War.
Here is an interesting fact about Welch, is that Sid Hatfield who was the Police Chief of Matewan was shot and killed in front of the McDowell County Welch Courthouse. There is a very interesting movie called "Matewan" that was made in 1987 about it.
Another interesting fact about Welch! While running for President,
Welch, WV is located only 1 mile from Warrior Trail!
Warrior Trail travels through Welch, Gary, and War!
Please check out the video below and we will see YOU on the trail!
At Almost Heaven ATVv/vUTV RESORT RENTALS, we have the perfect ATV Lodge
for you to stay at! Located conveniently only 1 mile from Warrior Trail and 2 miles from the trail connector to the Pinnacle Creek Trail in Welch, WV!
Please come and visit Welch, WV and stay at our beautiful ATV Lodge Rental.
~ Mark and Debbie
ATVv/vUTV RESORT RENTALS
The Hatfield-McCoy Trail
in West Virginia
Why book with us?
People say the nicest things...
"We had the best time ever! We loved riding the Hatfield-McCoy Trail in Welch, WV!
The people of Welch are so down to earth and welcoming.
We will definitely be coming back!"