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Hatfield McCoy Trails

“Dirt Days” Offer the Perfect Late Spring Riding and Camping Experience

The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System will host its fourth annual “Dirt Days” event at Logan's Thunder Blast Park, June 9 - 13. The popular 3-Mile curve location will offer a range of events and prizes sure to please the entire family.

A mud pit, drag racing, and poker runs return, along with non-riding events like a “Texas hold-em” tournament, miniature golf competitions and a karaoke challenge.  Many of Hatfield-McCoy's sponsors will be on hand with brand new machines to exhibit and demonstrate.

Polaris is donating a Sportsman 500 ATV to be presented to one of the first 250 persons to register.  Participants can also register and compete for more than $1,000 worth of other prizes.  Dirt Days packages start at just $89 and include a range of options. Those registering by May 15 will receive a free Dirt Days 2010 T-shirt.

For a complete rundown of the Dirt Days packages and events, visit Trail Events at www.trailsheaven.com, or call Hatfield-McCoy Trails at 1-800-592-2217.

About Hatfield-McCoy Trail System
The Hatfield-McCoy Trial System was created by the West Virginia Legislature to generate economic development through tourism in nine southern West Virginia counties. It currently operates six systems with more than 500 miles of trails. Each system is open 365 days a year to ATVs, dirt bikes, select utility vehicles (UTVs), mountain bikes, horses, and hikers. Many of the trail systems also offer community connecting trails that allow visitors to access “ATV-friendly towns” to experience the charm of southern West Virginia.


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