Visit Historic Stone, KY, home of the former Fordson Coal Company, which was owned by Henry Ford and whose house still remains. 

While visiting, be sure to check out the Red Robin Complex, which houses one of the area's most interesting museums. 1355 Pond Creek Road Stone, KY 41567  |  606-237-5100  or 606-237-6099

Take a tour of the feud sites

Historic downtown Matewan is home to not only the Hatfields and McCoys, but the bloody Matewan Massacre, the Matewan Train Depot Replica, and the WV Mine Wars Museum. If history is your thing, Matewan is your place. 1-844-MATEWAN

Visit the coal house

Devil Anse is buried on a hill in Logan County, WV. Before his death, he purchased a marble statue of himself. It is said that the statue cost $3,500 in the 1920s.  An automobile at that time was around $700. Boom.

Visit the Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce for driving directions. 

visit the hatfield cemetery

Beware the swinging bridge.  Just kidding. Remember that bridge that you ran across? It actually sits on the Tug Valley Country Club Golf Course. Call (304) 235-2106 for more information.


Narrated Bus Tours are available during the Hatfield McCoy Marathon weekend!

You'll visit the key feud sites, see the burial sites of the infamous clans, and maybe even meet a descendant or two. You can also pick up a Hatfield McCoy Driving Tour Map at the Coal House. 

*We strongly suggest you book your bus tour in advance as they sell out quickly! Booking link coming soon! Check back!

check out the floodwalls

When your legs are tired, but you still want to go sight seeing---take an airboat ride on the Tug River! Departs in Matewan.




go golfing in the tug valley

This unique structure was built in 1933 from 65 tons of coal. Yes, you read that right! It really is made of coal! Today she houses the Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce and our local gift shop and tourist information. 304-235-5240


take an airboat ride


The mountains of Hatfield McCoy Country are notoriously rugged and perfect for ATV riding. You'll see spectacular views, and can even visit via guided tour with Scarlet Flame tours.

Explore historic matewan



Both Williamson and Matewan are prone to flooding, so we built these awesome walls to protect our towns. Matewan's wall actually depicts the story of the Hatfields & McCoys and both are perfect places for a walk or run in the Tug Valley.

check out historic stone, KY

We can tell you that it's legal in Gilbert, WV. We can also tell you that you'll find it many places....not so legal. But, no trip to the Tug Valley is complete without a sip of white lightning.


Ride the hatfield mccoy trails

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