Top 10 Must-See Stops:

  1. Hatfield-McCoy Trails: Open 365 days a year, the Hatfield McCoy Trails comprise eight trail systems that will take you throughout the mountains of West Virginia.
  2. Chief Logan State Park: Featuring a museum, wildlife center and outdoor amphitheater, this home of The Aracoma Story also boasts Chief Logan Lodge nearby.
  3. Cabwaylingo State Forest: This forest, located in Wayne County, gets its unique name from four surrounding counties: (Cab)el, (Way)ne, (Lin)coln and Min(go).
  4. Twisted Gun Golf Course: Near Gilbert, tee up for 18 holes on this award-winning links-style course built on a former mine site.
  5. Matewan Depot Museum: This replica train depot tells the story of this coal town’s rich history.
  6. Coal River Walhonde Water Trail: This gentle, flatwater canoe and kayak route is 88 miles of adventure.
  7. Hatfield & McCoy Moonshine Distillery: The “Drink of the Devil” moonshine comes from a microdistillery in the mountains of Gilbert with a recipe handed down for generations.
  8. Coal House: The Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce is housed in this unique building built of bituminous coal in Williamson.
  9. Morrison’s Drive Inn: The much-beloved drive-in restaurant serves some of the area’s best West Virginia-style hotdogs.
  10. WaterWays Park: In Alkol, this family water park is a fine, fun place to cool off on hot summer days.

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