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West Virginia or Kentucky???

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There will be about 15 family members meeting up from all over and are looking for a good place to camp/ride. We were looking for somewhere to camp along the trails but if not then just somewhere with tons of trails with all levels of difficulties, creeks, scenery, etc. Any advice would be great, thank you!

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Following your post, my parents did the Hatfield and McCoy trails last year in WV but didn't hire a guide and didn't like the trails.  They were told Kentucky was beautiful but we are struggling to find a place to ride.  They have talked about going back to WV but its recommended to hire a guide to ride the outlaw trails.  

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https://www.kentuckytourism.com/outdoors/atv-ohv/

This is a Kentucky Government site with lots of info on trails open to the public.

In Tennessee there is an awesome area with 300 miles of trails. Classed as Easy, Not so Easy, and Very NOT easy. 

https://www.brimstonerecreation.com/plan-your-adventure/riding-permits/

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