Well it's that time again- warm weather, beautiful scenery, and most of all one of the best seasons to ride.
Wherever you decide to go in West Virginia, even if you are not on your bike, this upcoming season includes tons of new info on some of the best places to travel from Tamarack to historic coal mines. Start planning your trip to West Virginia and Click here to order a free travel guide today!
The Hatfield-McCoy trails of West Virginia have been providing ATV, UATV, and dirt bike riders with thrilling action since the year 2000. What started out as a "mere" 300 miles of off-road trails has now grown to more than 500 miles of trails that wind their way around the West Virginia mountains. Today the Hatfield-McCoy trail system is the second-largest off-road vehicle trail in the entire world!
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One of West Virginia's most beloved covered bridges is the Philippi Bridge. Constructed in 1852 by Lemuel Chenoweth at a cost of $2,151.24, the bridge remains in use today.
Stop at Coopers Rock State Forest for a commanding view of the terrain or catch a wave on the rapids of the Cheat River. Along this ride you'll also pass through Philippi, site of the first land battle of the civil war. In Grafton, take a break to stretch at Tygart Lake State Park.
If you are seeking a cool place to get off the road from riding...Summersville Lake is the spot! The lake offers recreational opportunities that include fishing, boating, jet skiing, water skiing, SCUBA diving, and just relaxing at the beach. The area has a number of cabin rentals and campgrounds available year-round to cozy into and relax in.
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