New ATV Facilities Being Built In Louisiana And West Virginia
January 31, 2014
Louisiana ATV riders can look forward to riding at a 5,000-acre facility called the Muddy Bottoms ATV and Recreation Park in Springhill beginning in the spring.
At the same time, visitors to West Virginia’s Hatfield-McCoy Trails will be treated to a new ATV resort that looks like a mining camp.
In Louisiana, officials plan to feature mud pits in addition to trails at the Muddy Bottoms ATV and Recreation Park, which is in Webster Parish. Plans also call for a general store, garage and repair facility, amphitheater, eating pavilion, welcome center, fueling station, recreational vehicle hookups, camp sites and more.
Even though the facility encompasses 5,000 acres, 1,500 of that is a lake that will also offer recreational opportunities.
For more information, go to www.muddybottomsatv.com.
Plans for the West Virginia facility call for a 50-cottage resort on 30 acres near Bramwell in the Shinbrier Mountain area.
Coal Camp ATV Resort LLC, which is building the resort, hopes to add an ATV wash and restaurant later. Officials believe riders who visit the Hatfield-McCoy trails will lodge there, but the facility will also be available for family reunions and other activities.
The cottages will look like those of a vintage coal camp.