Q. What types of lodging do you offer?
A. We offer only cabins rentals at this time. Our standard cabins sleep 4 and our Lodge sleeps 6.
Q. How are your cabins equipped?
A. Each standard cabin has a combination of single/twin size bunk beds and double/full size beds, for couples who wish to sleep together. The standard cabins feature a private bathroom, a kitchenette with compact refrigerator, coffee maker, dishware, silverware and utensils, hot plate and microwave. Each cabin is also equipped with 32" TV & digital cable, an outdoor charcoal grill, picnic table and a fire ring. Our cabins have covered front porches with two outdoor chairs. The maximum capacity for a standard cabin is 4 adults.
Our Lodge has two bedrooms with a total of 6 beds, living area with seating, kitchen with full size refrigerator, microwave, two burner cooktop, coffee maker, dining table, silverware, dishware and cookware, a 32" TV with digital cable, 20" bedroom TV with digital cable, large covered porch with four chairs, outdoor charcoal grill, fire ring, and picnic table. The Lodge has a private bathroom with standard shower. The Lodge is handicap accessible. The maximim capacity for the Lodge is 6 adults.
We provide toilet paper, paper towels, coffee filters, dish soap and hand soap in all cabins.
Q. What amenities do you offer?
A. We offer cable TV and premium WiFi. You WILL be able to pick up a WiFi signal at your cabin. Local and long distance phone service is available to our guests at no charge at the office during office hours.
Q. What do I need to bring for a cabin stay?
A. You will need to bring your linens (sheets/blankets or bedroll, towel and wash cloths, pillows, etc.) personal items and toiletries (ex. soap, toothpaste, medications, etc.). We only supply the bottom/fitted sheet on each bed. Fire rings and stationary charcoal grills are provided for your use but you will need to provide your own firewood and charcoal. Firewood can be purchased onsite for $5 per bundle. We strongly recommend bringing a cooler as well. Ice can be purchased at the office.
Q. Do you sell Hatfield McCoy trail permits?
A. Wild Willy's ATV Rezort offers Hatfield McCoy Trail Permits for sale in our office. The costs are: $50 for non-WV residents, $26.50 for WV state residents and military members. ATV rental customers can choose to purchase the yearly trail permit or a daily wrist band permit. Wrist band permits are $20 per day and are only available to atv rental customers. Hatfield McCoy Trails merchandise and souvenirs can also be purchased in our store.
Q. Will my cell phone work at Wild Willy's?
A. Unless AT&T is your cell phone provider, probably not. AT&T is the only service provider that works reliably in this area. Pre-paid AT&T Go Phones can be purchased at most major retailers for under $20 and come with no commitment. Local and long distance phone calls may be made from our office during business hours.
Q. What if I forget something?
A. We will be happy to assist you in any way possible. If you find you have forgotten something necessary for your stay, please see us and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Q. What if my atv breaks down during my stay?
A. Wild Willy's ATV Rezort has a garage onsite and is able to assist you in the event of a breakdown. For repairs, we can usually assist you onsite. We stock a large inventory of parts for popular atv/utv models, atv/utv tires, as well as fluids and accessories. Our garage facility is available on a first come first served basis for guests who would like to service or make minor repairs to their machines while staying with us. We also have an air compressor, tire machine, atv/utv lift, welder, and most tools. Guests of Wild Willy's ATV Rezort receive preferential garage privileges and discounted pricing on parts and tires.
Q. Are gas stations, restaurants and stores nearby?
The closest gas is located 3 miles from our site at Ashland Resort. There are also 2 gas stations in Northfork/Keystone, located about 5 miles from Wild Willy's. Northfork also has a Family Dollar store, pharmacy and two restaurants, The Dinner Bucket & Rider's Inn. Spencer's, a take-out food stand, is also located in Northfork, but is only open Thursday-Saturday.
There are additional restaurant options, gas and etc. in Bramwell, WV (located on the Pocahontas Trail) and in Pineville & Mullins (located on the Pinnacle Creek Trail). All communities located at the Hatfield McCoy Trails are atv friendly and you can ride your atv's into these communities. ATV routes will be noted with appropriate signage, where applicable. We will provide you with specific information about these options when you arrive.
Q. Where can I purchase groceries?
A. The closest full service grocery store to our site is Kroger on HWY 52 just outside of Bluefield, approximately 20 miles before arriving at our site. This will be your last stop for groceries before arriving at Wild Willy's. Family Dollar in Northfork offers drinks, bread, milk, eggs, snacks and other staple grocery items.
Q. What type of gear should I bring?
A. We recommend clothing for all types of weather: jacket, boots, rain gear, gloves. Helmets are required on Hatfield McCoy Trails. Eye protection is strongly recommended. We also strongly recommend you give your machine a thorough inspection to insure your brakes, tires, bearings, bushings, etc. are in good condition before arriving. Other items you may want to bring are: cooler, bag chairs, tire plugs, first aid supplies.