About Buffalo Trail
Buffalo Trail Cabins, Cottages and Campground has been designed to meet the needs of ATV riders and their families! Buffalo Trail offers a peacful wooded setting, but is conveniently located on Route 71 (Lorton Lick Road) within a minute of Route 52 and only 3.5 miles for the Pocahontas Trailhead of the Hatfield/Mccoy Trail System.
We are located about 10 miles from WV exit #1 off of I-77. After taking the exit, follow the signs for 52-N thru the town of Bluefield and into Bluewell. You will turn right at the 2nd red light in Bluwell onto state route 71. There is a freestanding Family Dollar store on one side of the intersection and our own welcome center is on the other side. Feel free to stop by anytime for free ice, restrooms, maps and brochures. It is open 24/7. After turning, we are located 1/5 of a mile on the right. Our GPS coordinates are 37.319219, -81.261731. The best address to use for GPS is 190 Buffalo Trail, Bluewell WV 24701.
Buffalo Trail has cabins, cottages and an RV campgrounds that provide all the comfortable amenities of home. Cottages and cabins include free Wi-Fi, linens, and housekeeping service at checkout or 1 time per week for extended stays. Some of our adjoining cabins and cottages can be rented as a group so you can have enough room you, your family and extended family!
We also have full hook up RV sites with 60 x 10 concrete pad for parking, 60 x12 grass area, 50 amp electrical RV outlet, water hookup, sewer hookup, 115-v convenience outlet and Free Wi-Fi.
Phase 2 was completed in spring of 2015 and includes 11 tent sites with our exclusive “Treehouse Sleeper Cabins”. All of the great benefits of tent camping with a dry spot to sleep.
The Pocahontas Trailhead of the Hatfield/Mccoy Trail system is 3.5 miles away. There is a large parking lot there and plenty of room for your vehicles and trailers to park. Some people do ride their atv’s up route 52 to get there but we do not recommend it! Rt 52 is a heavily traveled road. There is a “back way” by traveling on state rt 71N and much safer if you prefer not to trailer to the trailhead. Maps for this “shortcut” are available in our general store and brochure racks. Please refer to the West Virginia state laws to learn about the requirements for riding your ATV on public roads.
According to Hatfield/Mccoy officials, a local trail connector is planned for our area.