Trail head and visitor center opens


A connector to the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System was also opened next to the visitor center. A hotel is planned nearby to accommodate trail riders.


The Country Roads Byway Visitor Center was officially opened Friday Sept. 11. The Country Roads Byway is a driving trail that loops through Boone, Logan and Mingo counties and features historical sites along the way including the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison, the Hatfield Cemetery at Sarah Ann, the Williamson Coal House, Blair Mountain and the Dingess Tunnel.


County Administrator Rocky Adkins, Commissioner of WV Division Culture and History Randall Reid-Smith, Commissioner of WV Division of Tourism Amy Schuler Goodwin, W.Va. State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, Executive Director of the National Coal Heritage Authority Christy Bailey, President of the Logan County Commission Danny Godby and Director of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Debrina Williams cut the ribbon to the new center.


A connector to the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System was also opened next to the visitor center. A hotel is planned nearby to accommodate trail riders.

The Country Roads Byway Visitor Center was officially opened Friday Sept. 11. The Country Roads Byway is a driving trail that loops through Boone, Logan and Mingo counties and features historical sites along the way including the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison, the Hatfield Cemetery at Sarah Ann, the Williamson Coal House, Blair Mountain and the Dingess Tunnel.

County Administrator Rocky Adkins, Commissioner of WV Division Culture and History Randall Reid-Smith, Commissioner of WV Division of Tourism Amy Schuler Goodwin, W.Va. State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, Executive Director of the National Coal Heritage Authority Christy Bailey, President of the Logan County Commission Danny Godby and Director of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Debrina Williams cut the ribbon to the new center.

A connector to the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System was also opened next to the visitor center. A hotel is planned nearby to accommodate trail riders.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_3718-CMYK.jpgA connector to the Hatfield and McCoy Trail System was also opened next to the visitor center. A hotel is planned nearby to accommodate trail riders.

The Country Roads Byway Visitor Center was officially opened Friday Sept. 11. The Country Roads Byway is a driving trail that loops through Boone, Logan and Mingo counties and features historical sites along the way including the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison, the Hatfield Cemetery at Sarah Ann, the Williamson Coal House, Blair Mountain and the Dingess Tunnel.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_3723-CMYK.jpgThe Country Roads Byway Visitor Center was officially opened Friday Sept. 11. The Country Roads Byway is a driving trail that loops through Boone, Logan and Mingo counties and features historical sites along the way including the Coal Heritage Museum in Madison, the Hatfield Cemetery at Sarah Ann, the Williamson Coal House, Blair Mountain and the Dingess Tunnel.

County Administrator Rocky Adkins, Commissioner of WV Division Culture and History Randall Reid-Smith, Commissioner of WV Division of Tourism Amy Schuler Goodwin, W.Va. State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, Executive Director of the National Coal Heritage Authority Christy Bailey, President of the Logan County Commission Danny Godby and Director of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Debrina Williams cut the ribbon to the new center.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_3805-CMYK.jpgCounty Administrator Rocky Adkins, Commissioner of WV Division Culture and History Randall Reid-Smith, Commissioner of WV Division of Tourism Amy Schuler Goodwin, W.Va. State Senator Art Kirkendoll, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, Executive Director of the National Coal Heritage Authority Christy Bailey, President of the Logan County Commission Danny Godby and Director of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce Debrina Williams cut the ribbon to the new center.
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