Begin your southern adventures in Huntington with a protein-packed breakfast at River and Rail Bakery and a lunch to go. Then, take the short trip south to spend a leisurely day at Beech Fork State Park. Here you have your share of activities including boating, fishing, hiking, geocaching, and biking. When you’ve soaked up enough sun, dry off and head south on Route 10 for a two-hour trip to the historic town of Matewan. Dine at local hangout Wingo’s Grill then check into the adjacent Hatfield and McCoy Resort for a full night’s rest.
Rise early, grab a quick bite to eat, then get ready for another day of adventure! Schedule a one-hour Hatfield & McCoy Airboat Tour for an exhilarating scenic ride down the Tug River. Alternatively, you can rent a kayak from The Real McCoy Trails for an all-day float trip down the Tug Fork River or play a round of golf at the Tug Valley Country Club. If you want to up the thrill, take a ride on the ATV-friendly Devil Anse Trailhead, one of the many trails in the first-class Hatfield-McCoy Trails system. Lunch depends on the activity, but a local favorite is Mi Pueblito Mexican Restaurant downtown. Make time in the evening for the two-and-a-half-hour trip northeast to Oak Hill, where you can grab dinner and stay overnight at ACE Adventure Resort.
After a restful night’s sleep, eat breakfast at the Lakeside Breakfast Buffet then get ready for a day of adventure. Here, you have your choice of activity for everyone in your group from whitewater rafting, zip lining, paintball, rock climbing, to mountain biking. There’s even kid-friendly activities like the Wonderland Waterpark and the day-long Kids Camp. Dining options are endless, as the Resort has multiple restaurants to choose from. After a adventurous day, grab a local brew and listen to live music at The Lost Paddle before retreating to your cabin for the night.