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2010 is going to be a great year for the Hatfield McCoy Trails. The system just keeps getting better and better. If you need additional information on the trails, just let us know. We would be happy to help you plan a trip to wild, wonderful WV!

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I was just checking your webiste, looks like fun. What does a typical cabin for a weekend run? Do you offer weekend packages? Are the cabins right on the trail system?

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My understanding is the cabins are off to the side of the trails. Last I heard you could drive your vehicle to the cabins to unload everything, but when done unloading you have to park your vehicle at the trail head.

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I was just checking your webiste, looks like fun. What does a typical cabin for a weekend run? Do you offer weekend packages? Are the cabins right on the trail system?

Our places are about a three minute ride off the trails. I can see the trails from our kitchen window. You can arrive, unload, leave your vehicle parked at the trailhouses, then head to the trails on your ATV. For a group of six on a weekend, the average price per night is about $150. That is minimal for a group of six. All of our places are fully furnished. They have fully equipped kitchens. We also have gas grills, picnic tables, and fire pits.

The price of the riding permit is $50. It is good until December 31 at all six trails.

If you have anymore questions, just let us know. We are happy to help you.

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