As Rpm said the maps are great...it's very hard to get lost at Hatfield. The southern most trails are the more tame trails that they have...if we go and are looking for a good challenge bear wallow and rock house have some very difficult trails to do on a 2 wheel drive quad. We also like to stop by coal river or ivy branch on our way home (its on the way back to columbus) they are the smaller areas but still fun.
You said you were thinking about swinging by wayne nat forest on your way....it is the exact opposite of Hatfield. We had never been until this summer but noticed a couple things. The maps are ok but the marking on the trails suck....being that we had never been... trying to follow the maps got us turned around the wrong direction 2-3 times provided we always soon learned where we were and made our way it was not as well marked as WV or TN, it reminded me of riding in MI. Also the trails are more narrow, not a problem for a 50 inch wide quad but not nearly as wide as Hatfield. A razr 900/1000 would have no chance of riding there. The trails are also extremely well maintained, to the point where a large number of them are covered in gravel...its nice because no ruts or mud but kinda made it not as interesting.
Can't wait for us to plan a trip there we try to go 4-5 times a year at least.
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