Wild, Wonderful West Virginia has released the Real. Hatfield McCoy Mountains video, highlighting area attractions including Hatfield McCoy Trails, Hatfield McCoy Moonshine and Chief Logan State Park.
“The Hatfield McCoy Mountains region is steeped in history, culture and scenic beauty,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “Travelers of all ages will find an amazing variety of attractions here, from Hatfield and McCoy feud sites to coal heritage to hundreds of miles of ATV trails – not to mention great food, spirits and live entertainment. We encourage you to get out and explore all this region has to offer.”
“The video reveals the heart of the Hatfield McCoy region, from its exciting ATV trails to its beautiful mountains and flowing rivers, the aroma of its moonshine, and most of all, its people – who have a deep connection to the land and great pride in the history and heritage of their Southern West Virginia home,” said Jeffrey Lusk, executive director of the Hatfield-McCoy Regional Recreation Authority.
“The video reveals a glimpse into the true hospitality of the folks who live and work here,” said Debrina Williams, executive director of Hatfield McCoy Convention & Visitors Bureau. “We offer a Real. experience as you ride the Hatfield McCoy Trails, lunch with ancestors of the famous feud, tour the local distilleries or enjoy local musicians sharing their amazing talent. We invite you to latch onto the adventurous spirit of the Hatfield McCoy Mountains. We love sharing our history and heritage with others. Come and visit us!”
This is the eighth video in the Real. series produced by Wild, Wonderful West Virginia. Earlier videos showcased Morgantown; Charleston and Huntington; Jefferson County; Braxton and Lewis counties; Wheeling and Ohio Valley; Harpers Ferry; and Parkersburg. The series, a part of the Real. campaign, celebrates the unique destinations and experiences that can be found throughout the Mountain State.
The video can be viewed on You Tube.