-Camping & RV Park-
WELCOME TO BACKWOODS CAMPING AND RV PARK
DON'T WAIT ANY LONGER! YOUR SEARCH IS OVER!
BACKWOODS CAMPING IS LOCATED LESS THAN 1/4 MILE FROM THE MOST FAMOUS TRAILS IN WEST VIRGINIA. NO NEED TO PULL THE TRAILER TO THE LOCAL TRAIL HEAD, JUST RIDE STRAIGHT TO THE TRAIL FOR A FULL DAY OF RIDING AND EXPLORING. WHETHER YOU ARE A SEASONED RIDER OR A BEGINNER, WE HAVE ACCESS TO THREE TRAIL HEADS AND OVER SEVEN COMMUNITIES WITH RIDING FOR ALL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE. LOAD UP THE KIDS, FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND CO-WORKERS AND BE PREPARED TO EXPERIENCE THE WILD AND WONDERFUL WEST VIRGINIA ATV STYLE.
Be sure to visit the local Coal House in Williamson, WV. Home of the Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce, this structure is built completely out of coal. Don't forget to purchase a souvenir to take back and show off your adventures and finds.
EXPLORE THE AREA
Matewan is home to some of America’s most colorful history. The town sits at the heart of Hatfield-McCoy Feud country and hosted the beginning of a movement to reform fair working conditions and the right to unionize following the Mine Wars, Matewan Massacre, and Battle of Blair Mountain in the early parts of the twentieth century. Today, the small town of Matewan, West Virginia sits along the Tug River, nestled between West Virginia and Kentucky. Hatfields and McCoys still inhabit the area. Experts in the field and passionate about their home, the people of Matewan have a story to tell about the town’s living history.