Trailhead ATV Resort is conveniently located near two of the premier trail systems in the country: Hatfield-McCoy Trail System and Spearhead Trails System. If you’re ready to ride, these trails have plenty in store!
Trailhead Resort is only 6 miles from the historic town of Bramwell, West Virginia, where the Hatfield-McCoy Pocahontas Trail begins. Roads between our resort and the Hatfield McCoy Trail are ATV friendly, so you will not have to trailer your off-road machines.
The Hatfield-McCoy Trails cut and wind through the beautiful mountains of southern West Virginia to create one of the largest off-highway vehicle trail system in the world! These award-winning trails are open to ATV’s, UTV’s, dirt bikes, mountain bikes, horseback riders and hikers. The trails are open for business 365 days a year and offer many different trail types to suit riders of every interest and skill level.
Permits range between $26.50 for WV residents and $50.00 for out-of-state residents and are available at the Trailhead ATV Resort campground store.
West Virginia is known as “Almost Heaven,” and it is no coincidence the Hatfield-McCoy Trails have become known as “Trails Heaven.” Enjoy Southern hospitality combined with hundreds of miles of trails with more being added every day, to form life-long memories and create an experience you will want to repeat again and again.
For more information on the Hatfield-McCoy trail system, please visit www.trailsheaven.com.
Trailhead Resort is located directly off the Spearhead Trails Original Pocahontas Trail System. The trail system is located near the historic town of Pocahontas, Virginia, in Tazewell County. The OP trail provides visitors with an exciting deep woods experience along with relaxing rest stops and stunning vistas. With 60+ miles of trail currently open, the OP offers a fun day of riding through one of Virginia’s most beautiful regions.
Permits range between $30 for a day permit and $60 for an annual permit. An annual permit expires one year from date of purchase on the last day of the month. There is also an annual youth permit for children 12 and under that costs $30. Permits are conveniently available at the Trailhead Resort campground store.
The ATV-friendly town of Pocahontas was named for the Algonquian Indian woman Pocahontas. The town owns and operates the Pocahontas Exhibition Mine and Museum, a National Historic Landmark and Virginia’s official “coal heritage zone.” The “show mine” as many locals call it, features tours from retired coal miners into the real mine that served as the birthplace of the world-famous Pocahontas #3 coal that heated homes across the United States and was the chosen fuel of the United States Navy. The exhibition mine, open from April–August annually, features a 13-foot-tall coal seam.
There is also a museum and education center located in the mine’s former powerhouse.
For more information on the Spearhead trail system, please visit www.spearheadtrails.com.