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The Wagon Wheel ATV Resort features rustic accomodations and primitive camping on the outlaw trails in Wyoming County, West Virginia.

 

Stay in the Heart of Outlaw country!

 

The Wagon Wheel ATV Resort is located on the outlaw trails near Bud, WV. The outlaw trails that surround our camp have a little bit of something to interest every rider. There is a variety of terrain on these trails-from scenic mountaintop views, deep mud, rock crawling and hill climbs. You can ride into several local towns by trail to gas up your ATV or get a bite to eat. The outlaw trails run through the back country and are not officially marked or mapped. Contact us at (304) 294-6998 to book a trail guide to get familiar with the area  or you can use a satellite GPS to navigate, as there is NO cell service in most areas down here. Park your truck, drop your machine off the trailer, and never have to load up again to ride until you are ready to go home!

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View of camp from Pinnacle Rock

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View of camp from Pinnacle Rock

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Wagon Wheel Road Fall 2015

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Courtyard fire pit view from Apartments 3 and 4

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Trail Riding

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Trail riding on Hatfield McCoy

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The infamous hole on the Pinnacle Creek Connector trail that swallowed us up whole on our first trip down. My Uncle Steve and Aunt Missy's 900 in the same hole...luckily they were going the opposite direction we were!

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Our first Memorial Day!

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Welch overlook

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Our group photo that was taken at the top of the Stair Steps...just prior to us seeing the Wagon Wheel for the first time.

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An August view from the top of the Stair Steps. Back in the early outlaw days, this was THE hill climb to make. You can find videos on you tube of folks coming up the hill and jumping the guard rail at the top. The hill climb area is closed to riders now because it is very eroded and over grown. It is extremely dangerous to attempt now...please just enjoy the view from the top.

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One of our primitive camping areas

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Spring Rainbow

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Pinnacle Creek at Tiny's Farm

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View of Pinnacle Rock at sunset from the saddle above The Wagon Wheel

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Our own Top of The World at sunset

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A cool action shot of one of our campers riding up the saddle at sunset

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This is why they call West Virginia "Almost Heaven"