March 23, 2020: Covid 19
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice ordered the closure of all Hatfield McCoy Trails effective 3/21/20. At this time, the length of closure is undetermined. Other local trails are also closed.
There will be no penalty for cancelling or rescheduling any reservation affected by Covid19. Guests are given the choice to reschedule for a later date or to receive a full refund. ATV rental customers are also eligible for a reschedule to the date of their choosing or a full refund of their rental payment. Refunds are processed immediately. Please contact us to make the appropriate arrangements, if you have not already done so.
We are using this unexpected down time for renovations and improvements to Wild Willy's ATV Rezort, and we will have a few surprises for guests when we reopen.
If you have questions or concerns about a future reservation, please contact us by phone at 304-862-2312 or through our Contact Us form.
Stay safe! We look forward to seeing you soon!
June 8, 2018: Changes to Hatfield McCoy Trail Rules
Effective June 8, 2018 there have been changes to the WV state laws regarding Hatfield McCoy Trails. These changes were introduced in the 2018 legislative session. These changes will impact families with small children, and we encourage you to be aware of the new laws and ask any questions before your visit to Hatfield McCoy Trails. If you have questions about the new rules, please contact us at the link below.
User permits are required for all operators and passengers.
Everyone must wear a DOT, SHELL or other approved helmet and eye protection.
No child under the age of 6 (six) years is allowed on any trail.
ABSOLUTELY NO BOOSTER SEATS OR CAR SEATS ALLOWED.
If your child is required by state law to use a booster seat or car seat in a vehicle then your child can not ride as a passenger on the trails.
All operators and passengers on an ATV, UTV or off-road motorcycle must follow manufacturers' recommendations.
Absolutely no alcoholic beverages may be consumed or carried.
Trails are only open during daylight hours. Obey all posted traffic signs. No glass containers. No fires. Stay on marked trails. Never go off trail. No competitions. All persons under the age of 16 must remain within sight of their parent or guardian at all times. Violation of any rule is subject to a misdemeanor.
For additional information, please visit: http://trailsheaven.com/About-the-TRAILS/Trail-Rules-and-Regulations.aspx