The Hatfield McCoy Convention and Visitors Bureau was founded in 2008 and is dedicated to promoting tourism in Logan County and its surrounding areas. Logan County is comprised of three main cities: Chapmanville, Logan and Man with many small surrounding communities.

Logan County was formed in 1824 and named in honor of the famous Mingo Indian Chief, Logan. During the summer, catch a glimpse into the history of Logan County during the outdoor production of The Aracoma Story. Other well-documented histories of our region include the Hatfield and McCoy Feud and the 1921 Battle of Blair Mountain, a landmark event in American labor history. The Museum in the Park is a great place to learn about our region’s history and culture.

We offer an exciting, progressive community full of rich traditions. Our county is filled with a variety of historic, scenic, and entertaining attractions. Some of our attractions include the beautiful Chief Logan State Park, Coalfield Jamboree Theatre and Christmas in the Park. The Hatfield-McCoy Trails offer something for every skill level rider, from the scenic mountain views to the tight and twisting trails many of which connect to small ATV friendly towns such as Man and Logan. West Virginia has long been called “Almost Heaven,” so it’s only natural the Hatfield-McCoy Trails have become known as “Trails Heaven.”

Stop by and visit our office located at 325 Stratton Street in downtown Logan. Enjoy your stay in Logan County!