Tree-House Cabin Camping With Buffalo By The Hatfield/McCoy Trail Is An Awesome West Virginia Adventure

Have you ever explored any of the Hatfield/McCoy trail system that runs through portions of 9 of West Virginia’s southern counties? Did you know that you can enjoy these popular trails during the day and then spend the evening filling up on tasty food and sleeping in the trees on a buffalo farm in Mercer County? Read on for all the details!

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For more information or to make a reservation at Buffalo Trail, visit their website. Buffalo Trail is pet-friendly. Hatfield/McCoy Trail permits are available on site.

And if all this talk of the Hatfield/McCoy Trail System has you interested in reviewing the history of the Hatfield and McCoy feud, check out this article.

Address: 190 Buffalo Trail, Bluefield, WV 24701, USA