HMT Rentals

John and Kelly Fekete Owners

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HMT RENTALS

Direct Access To Three Trail Systems

300+ Miles of Trail

Welcome ATV Riders!
HMT Rentals has direct trail access, we are  located in downtown Man, WV, less than one mile  from the Rockhouse Trailhead of the Hatfield - McCoy Trails System.

 

Check-In to one of our units, drop your trailer, unload your machines and ride your ATV, UTV or Motorcycle directly to one of the local businesses in the Town of Man. Businesses include (Gas, Food, Bar and Grill, Sporting Goods!!)


We currently operate two separate properties. The Mobile Home at 100 Smolenski St. and the Cabin at 100 1/2 Smolenski St.

Our units have direct access to the Rockhouse Trailhead. The Rockhouse Trailhead is connected to three trail systems (Rockhouse, Devil Anse and Buffalo Mountain Trails). These systems make up 300+ miles of trails and five towns which include (Man, Gilbert, Matewan, Delbarton and Williamson). You can also ride directly to the Devil Anse Cemetery.


Come and Enjoy the "Wild & Wonderful"  West Virginia Mountains and 
Experience ATV TRAILS HEAVEN as you have never seen it before.

 

 

Direct Trail Access

We are fortunate in that our places are located in the heart of "ATV RIDER FRIENDLY" Man, WV and our guests may ride their machines directly to the Rockhouse Trailhead of the Hatfield-McCoy ATV Trail System.  Current signage in Town reads, "It Is Legal To Ride ATV's Within City Limits"." 

Hatfield-McCoy Trails

 The Hatfield~McCoy Trail System was created to generate economic development through tourism in nine southern West Virginia counties. The Hatfield~McCoy Trail System covers hundreds of miles of off-road trails in six of its nine project counties. All of the trail systems are open 365 days a year to ATVs, dirt bikes, utility vehicles (UTVs). The Bearwallow trail system (10 miles away also allows 4x4 Jeeps and buggies .  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.