Rockhouse Lodge & The Depot Lodge
Man, West Virginia
1-304-583-6833 or 1-304-687-4657
Rockhouse Lodge and The Depot Lodge, Hatfield~McCoy
Trails, are located in the "ATV Friendly Town" of Man, WV, and
is the halfway point between Bearwallow Trailhead, near
Logan and the Town of Gilbert, site of the
October Trailfest.
Our Guests may ride their ATV's directly to the
Rockhouse Trailhead (just over 1 mile), but should trailer to
BEARWALLOW TRAIL (about 12 miles North) the PINNACLE
CREEK TRAIL (35 miles South). The Indian Ridge and
PocahontasTrailheads are about 45 to 65 miles South of us.



The new DEVIL ANSE TRAIL was completed Memorial Day 2016
and our riders now have access to 300 miles of Trail on 3
connecting systems. You can ride directly to the Rockhouse
Trailhead, which is about a mile from either of our Lodges.  
From there you make your way to the intersection of
Trails 26 and 42, which begins the new Devil Anse Trail
System.  You will ride about 3 miles to the Anderson “Devil
Anse” Hatfield Family Cemetery. This is the final resting place
of the iconic leader of the Hatfield Clan and
is marked by a life size statue of him, which can be viewed on
our  PHOTOS PAGE.  In the popular “Hatfield McCoy Fued” TV
show, the character of “Devil Anse” was played by Kevin
Costner.  After viewing the cemetery,  you will ride on to the
top of Horsepen Mountain, located at the intersection of Trail
38 and Old US 52.  There you can get a bite to eat and
gas up at the Marathon Station.  Those persons adventuring
on will continue riding on Trails 51, 52 and 54, passing through
the tunnel built underneath the King Coal Highway (US 52),
and on to the Town of  Matewan, site of the infamous
“Matewan Massacre” (google it).

From Man to the Marathon Station and back is 65 miles, round
trip. From Man to the Town of Matewan and back is120 miles,
round trip. From Man to the Town of Williamson and back is
150 miles, round trip.

Another good one day ride can be enjoyed, riding from the
Rockhouse Trailhead, 26 miles through the mountains, to the
Town of Gilbert, a ride on average of about 3 hours.  Gilbert
also allows ATV's/ Dirt Bikes and UTV's to “legally ride in
Town”, so you can ride down to McDonald's, Hardee's, Subway
or a local landmark like Pizza Mingo for lunch, then  gas up at
the local Speedway. When ready to come back,  look
at your map and chart a different route back through the
mountains to Man.
Rockhouse Lodge    &    The Depot Lodge     Hatfield-McCoy
ATV  Trails
(304)583-6833 or (304)687-4657