14297 Rocket Boys Drive
Grab Groceries from Grants! There's nothing like a juicy steak on the grill or a hearty meal simmering in the crock pot after a long day on the trails. Our small local grocery store is well managed, clean and stocked.
Walgreens / Dollar General
14025 Rocket Boys Drive / Route 16, War WV
Forgot a toiletry, charging cord, memory card, or dry socks? You don't have to go far for friendly and knowledgeable service to pick up those little items!
13509 Rocket Boy Dr
Don't want to cook? No problem, four wheel it down to Coalfield Cafe for a sit down meal with the locals and other riders! Check out what's cookin': Coalfield Cafe - Home
11724 Rocket Boys Dr, War, WV
Drive up restaurant. Order from the window or Call ahead and pick it up for the road trip (304)875-2245
Car Wash-Coin fed DIY
Rocket Boy Drive between Greg's Auto and the Coffee Shoppe
Stop off on the way to the lodge to wash your machines off at the local coin operated car wash (Please not on Owl's Nest property). That gear might could take a hose too!
Hatfield- McCoy Trails
Named after the infamous families that viciously feuded between 1863-1891, the Hatfield-McCoy trails cover 8 trail systems and over 1,000 miles through diverse landscapes, historic sites, and abandoned coal mines.
From the newest trail system, Warrior, to Devil Anse, Pocahontas, Pinnacle Creek, Indian Ridge, Buffalo Mountain, Bearwallow, and RockHouse. Happy Trail Riding!
Rocket Boys Drive, War WV
Breakfast or Dinner home cooking.... MMMMmmm Good! Meet the owners John and Orbie Campbell, who have run this little gem since 1969, and their daughter Lora! Nationally recognized by some big names! Hear their stories and take a look at the historic images of War, WV!
Head of the Dragon
West Virginia State Route 16
Most people have heard of the Tail of the Dragon, but Motorcycle enthusiasts know that there are many parts to the whole Body of the Dragon. The 91 mile Head of the Dragon runs through McDowell County and the town of War, WV. Learn how to become a "Dragon Master"
Homer Hickman Rocket Launch Site...
In Coalwood, near the town park off Hwy 2 on the west side of town. West of Mudhole Branch Rd.
Homer Hickman, a local boy, become NASA engineer began his reach for the stars in Coalwood, WV. See his boyhood home and a replica of his space shuttle. The memoir of his life was made into a movie, "October Sky" (1999).