Camp right next to Crystal Creek. There is nothing like sleeping to the sound of a mountain stream! On the other side of the stream is pristine forest. Our campsite is only a quarter mile from the closest ATV trail head on the Hatfield McCoy Trail System and less than a mile from 2 or 3 other access points to the trail. Easy access from the road for your RVs, campers, ATV t
Camp right next to Crystal Creek. There is nothing like sleeping to the sound of a mountain stream! On the other side of the stream is pristine forest. Our campsite is only a quarter mile from the closest ATV trail head on the Hatfield McCoy Trail System and less than a mile from 2 or 3 other access points to the trail. Easy access from the road for your RVs, campers, ATV trailers, and vehicles. We welcome RVs and tent campers. Right now, we offer dry camping only, however we have expansion plans for full hook-ups coming soon, as well as seasonal RV sites. We are a mile away from local grocery stores and dining. This is a perfect spot for both convenience and nature. Your hosts Paul and Patricia welcome you to relax and enjoy their special spot in the mountains.Things to do near us:
The Hatfield–McCoy Trails, located in West Virginia, is a nationally known trail system most popular for its off-highway vehicle trails. The trail system is a multi-county project, including the West Virginia counties of Logan, Kanawha, Wyoming, McDowell, Mercer, Wayne, Lincoln, Mingo, and Boone. The trails are managed by the Hatfield–McCoy Regional Recreation Authority, a legislatively created quasi-state agency and its paid staff, which is governed by a multi-county board of directors.
The name of the trail system is derived from the names of two families, the Hatfields and McCoys, who famously feuded near the West Virginia and Kentucky border after the Civil War.
Leff Moore originated the idea of the trail system and was its first executive director. He was followed by Mike and Mark Whitt, Matthew Ballard, and Jeffrey T. Lusk in leading the trails' expansion.
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- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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