If you are an off-road enthusiast or discover your passion for off-roading and want to challenge your skills, we have found the best Jeep trails in WV.
*WARNING: Before you go out on any trails, please read through my list of essentials here. I could save your life!
So gather your gear and make sure your vehicle is ready for the challenge because we are going all in!
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The Best Off-Road Jeep Trails in West Virginia
I’ve taken my jeep offroad in many places across the US. And If you’re looking for amazing and challenging off-road trails for your jeep, West Virginia is the place to go.
Before you rev up your engine and hit the road, I’ve put together a list of the 9 Best Jeep Trails in West Virginia.
- The Hatfield McCoy Trail System
- Burning Road Off-Road Park
- Rush Off-Road
- Chaos Off-Road Park
- Wagon ATV Resort and Campground
- Twin Mountain Off-Road
- New River Gorge OHV Route
- King Knob Off-Road Park
- The Greenbrier Off-Road Adventures
The Hatfield McCoy Trail System
Hatfield McCoy Trails accommodates off-road vehicles of all sorts, including jeeps. In fact, if you have a Jeep, it is one of the best places to take it off-road.
Covering over 800 miles of mountain trails, the Hatfield McCoy Trail system is the most extensive vehicle system globally, except for highways. Several of the trails connect to small towns where off-road drivers can go to grab refreshments.
There are plenty of variations in the terrain, so you can always find the right trail for you! Some of their best trails are the Buffalo Mountain, Pinnacle Creek, and the Indian Ridge Trailheads.
Burning Road Off-Road Park
The Burning Road Off-Road Park is sure to give you the hit of adrenaline that you need. Located 3.5 miles away from the town of Sophia, this park covers 100,000 acres of land and has different trails for SUVs, ATVs, UTVs, and dirt bikes.
If you do not own an off-road vehicle, you can rent one from the facility.
Click here or click the image below for the Google Maps pinpoint so you can access directions for yourself.
Whether you are a novice or a pro, you can find something that is fun and challenging in one of the many trails that span over 100 miles. At Burning Rock, there are trails for the whole family and for seasoned professionals!
You can partake in many activities, including camping, booking rustic cabins, and lodgings at Pine Haven.
The Rush Off-Road Trail is open to all enthusiasts and consists of over 100 miles of trails. With 7,000 acres of land, you can find something that suits your driving style.
This trail is technically in Kentucky but very close to West Virginia and well worth the trip!
If you’re feeling competitive, you can participate in one of the many off-road contests that are held at the facility.
This park has more than 190 raving reviews on Google Maps! Click here to see more or get directions or click the image below.
To stretch your legs, hit up one of the multiple hiking trails and take in the breath-taking surroundings. Curious about learning how to navigate complex trails?
Well, they have training courses that will take you from a beginner to an expert at off-roading. The best part of it all is that you can take a hot shower at the facility at the end of your day!
Chaos Off-Road Park
With 400 acres of land, the Chaos Off-Road Park has some of the best trails for 4×4 vehicles.
While they do not accommodate dirt bikes, ATVs, and other four-wheelers, you can take your off-road SUV and partake in obstacle courses, do some rock crawling, or go wild at the obstacle courses.
Click here or click the image below to access the Google Maps location for Chaos Off-road Park in WV.
You can also book lodgings at their hotels or cabins, or go camping there to have a fun time with your friends and family.
Wagon ATV Resort and Campground
IMPORTANT NOTE: Be sure to call in if they are allowing Jeeps on the trails. I have heard of people getting on these trails with their Jeeps but they may be updating their rules.
The kind of rush that you get with the wind blowing through your hair as you hit the off-roads is second to none and the Wagon ATV Resort and Campground offers just that.
Click here and click on the image below to get the contact info and address/directions to Wagon Wheel Resort.
Hit the unmarked trails for an adventure specific to every rider for a unique experience and stop for gas and refreshments at the adjoining towns.
Twin Mountain Off-Road
If you enjoy being with a community of like-minded people, then the Twin Mountain Off-Road trail is for you.
With campsites and community fire pits, you can take your foot off the accelerator and take in the breathtaking surroundings.
New River Gorge OHV Route
Picture this: you’re driving your 4×4 through a beautiful forest for 12.5 miles. Take in the beautiful scenery as you make your way across this moderately challenging trail.
For a bit of a challenge, you can take your vehicle there when it rains.
King Knob Off-Road Park
Spanning over 1,300 acres, you can have fun with just about any off-road vehicle at King Knob Off-Road Park.
Click here to access the listing for King Knob on Google Maps for directions and more info. Or click the image below.
With most of the terrain being intermediate level and lots of jumps and hill climbs, your heart will always be racing as you go through the park.
The Greenbrier Off-Road Adventures
Get behind the wheel of a modified Jeep Wrangler or a Polaris RZR as the trained staff guides you through the rough terrain in the 11,000-acre land. You’re sure to enjoy the off-roading regardless of your driving style.
These folks make it really to enjoy a vacation trip away with your Jeep. Check out more about Greenbrier’s accommodations to see what I mean!
There are enough variations to keep you engaged with rock crawling, creek crossings, and hill climbs.
Leaving Trails Behind
What do you think of my picks of the trails? If you have experienced any of them firsthand, then let me know how your experience was! If you know about any other great Jeep trails in West Virginia, feel free to let me know!