Maps for your GPS
Note this product has been integrated into our Appalachia ORV GPS Map and is no longer available as a separate map.
maps of West Virginia's ORV Trail System
is available for $40. Includes CD, printed
manual and instant online download of installation program. (price
includes tax and shipping).
it online or mail-in with our Order Form (PDF).
- CD with installer and documentation
- Optional pre-loaded memory card
- Free updates for 1 year
Coverage includes the Hatfield-McCoy
Trail System as
well as Burning
Rock plus road detail for all of West Virginia. Hundreds of miles of "Outlaw" Trails (legally open for riding, but otherwise unmarked) are also included.
Maps support routing in the computer and GPS. Makes trip planning
simpler; have the GPS tell you how to get back to the parking lot
with turn by turn directions. See our Routing
Detailed information, printable maps, photos and videos are available
on our West Virginia Online
This map installer is designed to integrate into an existing copy
of Garmin's MapSource, but does not require it. Included is SendMap,
a program that allows you to load the maps to your GPS without
having MapSource installed.
There are two
map products installed, one that has full coverage of West
Virginia and the Hatfield McCoy Trail System and is a "complete"
map - roads, water, towns and more with colored trails and another
for older (black and white) GPS units that can not support the
multi-color scheme used on the trails.
Check out the additional GPS Screen
as seen on the computer.
This map, like most of ours, was developed by recording with a GPS
unit while actually riding the trails and provides full coverage of the entire systems listed.
- Windows based PC or Macintosh
- Garmin Mapping GPS Unit.
- 150 MB free disk space
These maps only work with Garmin brand mapping GPS units, please
see our list for specific model
support and more information.
Please note: individual trails may
be closed, renamed or rerouted at the discretion of the Local
Trail Authority. Please check for current conditions at the trail
head office of each system before riding.
Questions? Please email
us with your questions/suggestions.