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Intersecting ATV trail systems across southern West Virginia are seeing growing revenue and more economic development for local communities as more riders from across the country come to explore the Hatfield-McCoy Trail.

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"ATV 15"

"ATV 15"

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"ATV 12"

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"ATV 9"

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"ATV 11"

"ATV 1"

"ATV 1"

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"ATV 2"

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"ATV 3"

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"ATV 5"

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"ATV 7"

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"ATV 8"

The Pocahontas ATV Resort

The Pocahontas ATV Resort

Bramwell ATV Resort

Bramwell ATV Resort

The Pinnacle Trail in Wyoming County is one of the eight Hatfield-McCoy Trails.

The Rockhouse Trail in Mingo County is one of the eight Hatfield-McCoy Trails.

The Buffalo Trail in Historic Matewan is one of the eight Hatfield-McCoy Trails.

In 1884, when the Cooper family opened the Mill Creek Mine in Coopers, commercial development of the region got underway in a hurry. The mine in neighboring Pocahontas, Va., had already been shipping high-grade metallurgical coal since March 13, 1883, but the start-up capital investment soon paid huge dividends.

ATV tourism

ATV tourism

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