Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails ATV Trails

Southwest of Logan and east of Williamson, the Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails at the Reverend Compton Trailhead is part of the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area, a 500 mile multi-use trail system combining singletracks and fire roads on corporate-owned property. Presently, the system consists of five loops serviced by 5 restroom-equiped trailheads.

The Buffalo Mountain / Reverend Compton Park system has 105 miles of trails.

To reach the Reverend Compton Trailhead for the Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails: From Rt. 119, follow Rt. 52 south through Williamson. The trailhead center is eight miles outside of Williamson. The town of Matewan (depicted on the trail map) allows motorized trail users to ride into town. Please ride responsibly and obey all road rules. Twenty minutes from Williamson. Forty-five minutes from Bearwallow and Rockhouse Trailheads.

Note: a helmet, eyewear and boots are required on the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System. Also, double riding is not permitted. The machine must be equipped with a spark arrestor and muffler. Annual, multi-day and one-day permits are available.

Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails ATV Trails Map



Local Contact(s):  Hatfield McCoy Trail System (800) 592-2217; WV Tourims (800) CALL-WVA; Tug Valley Tourism (304) 235-5240; Coalfield Tourism (304) 792-8519; Hatfield-McCoy Reservations (304) 369-7260.

Recommended Book:  "ATV Trails: Offroad" from Mud Mountain

Best Season:  May - Oct

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Kathryns Kabins, Madison (304) 369-2627; Chief Logan State Park 304-792-7125

Luxury Loding:  Rockhouse Lodge, Man (304)583-6833 or (304) 687-4657

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.trailsheaven.com/

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  6/26/2016

Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails ATV Trails Map


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