After a long day of adventure on the trails of Almost Heaven, it’s great to kick back, relax, and prepare yourself for another fun-filled day of exploration. West Virginia offers convenient, affordable lodging throughout the state! Chief Logan State Park recently unveiled four brand-new cabins that are perfect for the whole family, but they offer plenty of other options for lodging as well. The Hatfield McCoy House in Williamson was the home of Devil Anse Hatfield and tells visitors the story of the famous Hatfield and McCoy feud of the 1800s. Each room in the house details the lives of five of the most important members of the feud. Buffalo Trail is located between Bluefield and Bramwell and offers comfortable lodging as well as a local favorite, the Buffalo Trail Restaurant. Not far from there you will discover the Ashland Resort which is the largest campground in the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System – featuring lodges, cottages, cabins and RV/tent sites. For a trip down Millionaire’s Row, look no further than Bramwell and the Bramwell Hill Manor. The Manor is just ¼ of a mile from the Pocahontas Trailhead and boasts four bedrooms, a full kitchen, free wi-fi and parking for trailers!