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There are over 600 miles of designated ORV Trails in West Virginia
Important information regarding ORV use in West Virginia:
- ORVs, which includes ATVs, are not allowed to ride on
interstate highways or on other public roads that have a visible
centerline or more than 2 lanes. They are allowed on the road
shoulders of most public roads, however local rules especially
in towns, may prohibit or otherwise regulate which roads are
open to ORVs.
riders under 18 must have completed a vehicle rider safety awareness
Head and tail lights are required for operation after
dark and highly encouraged for day time use.
- A functional muffler
and spark arrestor are required on all ORVs.
- ATVs may have a passenger
if the operator is over 18 and has a valid drivers license.
must be worn by all operators under 18 and should be worn by
eyewear and appropriate clothing including full length pants/shirts
and sturdy boots are highly recommended.
Information specific to the Hatfield McCoy Trail & Burning
Rock Trail Systems
Contact them for current rules, updates, conditions and further
Hatfield McCoy: www.TrailsHeaven.com or
800-592-2217 Burning Rock: www.burningrockwv.com 877-683-9240
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