3 Best Off-Road Parks in West Virginia
West Virginia is home to some of the most family-friendly and sizeable off-road parks in the country. We’ve chosen these three that offer the best experience whether you’re a beginner or a pro off-road explorer.
King Knob Off Road Park
Hours of Operation: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Location: King Knob, WV – On Route 57 headed towards Philippi
Cost of Admission: 1 day – $15 Friday-Sunday Pass – $25
Types of Vehicles Allowed: All motor vehicles
King Knob is an off-roader’s paradise. All types of motor vehicles are allowed, and there are trails, mud, ponds, rocks, uphill drag races, endurocross, and more.
Burning Rock Outdoor Adventure Park
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday: 9-5 Friday: 8:30-6 Saturday 8:30-8 Sunday: 8:30-5
Location: 171 Burning Rock Dr. Tams, WV 25921
Cost of Admission: Adult: $15 in state, $22 out of state. 17 & under: $12 in state, $16 out of state. 3-day and annual passes are available
Types of Vehicles Allowed: ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes
Burning Rock is a family-oriented off-road park that also offers a zipline, cabins, and camping. They’re open year-round and even host winter events. You’ll be able to explore over 100 miles of trails over 10,000 acres, and there is a 1.25 mile motocross track in the park as well. ATV and side-by-side rentals make sure that nobody is left out of the fun.
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Hatfield & McCoy Trail System
Hours of Operation: Year-round during daylight hours
Location: South of Charleston – several trailheads along Highways 119 & 52
Cost of Admission: WV Residents – $26.50 Non Residents: $50
Types of Vehicles Allowed: ATVs, UTVs, Dirtbikes
This trail system was created by the West Virginia Legislature and consists of several trails that, when completed, may total as much as 2,000 miles. Each of the trails are open year-round to ATVs, dirt bikes, and Utility Vehicles, and you must purchase a pass and follow trail rules such as wearing a DOT approved helmet at all times. Check out their website to find each of the trailheads and the varying difficulty of each individual trail.