Nestled in the sheltering mountains of the southern West Virginia coal fields, lies the small town of Chapmanville, the first trailhead in Logan County of the famous Hatfield-McCoy Trail System as you travel south on Route 119. Come visit us. Enjoy our hometown hospitality. Relax in the waters of the Guyandotte River as you tube float or kayak downstream. Absorb the beauty of our natural surroundings by hiking the many trails in Chief Logan State Park. Hear the call of the elk, in a vista that makes you feel like you’re touching heaven. Explore the thrills of our old logging roads that have become the mountain trails for mountain biking and riding ATV’s. There is an adventure waiting, a place where you can relax in the solitude of the mountains or thrill to the call of the wild.
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