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What to do at Hatfield McCoy in West Virginia?

What to do at Hatfield McCoy in West Virginia?

Hatfield McCoy hosts several large events that attract thousands of ATV and UTV enthusiasts. Night ride parades are one of the highlights. The ATV trail system has restrooms that you can ride to. Some come with snack and soda vending machines which makes for a nice place to take a break.

How did the Hatfield McCoy trail get its name?

Hatfield McCoy Trails are one of the top places in the country to bring friends and family for an ATV vacation. Not a pot of gold… But I’ll take it! The ATV trail system gets its name from the Hatfield–McCoy feud that lasted from 1863–1891.

How much does it cost to ride Hatfield McCoy Trails?

Non-Residents – $50/rider. If purchased online add $4/shipping and handling. Permits are valid through December 31 of the year purchased. All riders, drivers and passengers must have a valid Hatfield McCoy Trails Permit affixed to the helmet.

Where can I Ride the Hatfield McCoy trail?

Hatfield McCoy Trails is at Ivy Branch Trail System. Be sure to stop by our Ivy Branch Trail System and participate in Yamaha’s free demo rides this weekend! The rides will take place today, tomorrow and Sunday from 9a-5p!

Can you ride a UTV in West Virginia?

West Virginia does require that your ATV or UTV be titled if you are going to ride it on any public lands in West Virginia. On the other hand, all-terrain vehicles are specifically exempt from the registration requirements of other vehicles in West Virginia.

What makes an ATV an ATV in West Virginia?

West Virginia defines an ATV, or all-terrain vehicle, as “any motor vehicle fifty-two inches or less in width, having an unladen weight of 800 pounds or less, traveling on 3 or more low pressure tires with a seat designed to be straddled by the rider, designed for or capable of travel over unimproved terrain.”

Are there any restrictions on riding an ATV?

There are still important limitations where you cannot ride an ATV or UTV even if it is street legal. They are as follows: You cannot ride on a highway in a first class highway with a posted speed limit higher than 55 mph that is also near a grade-separated portion of the highway;