Tug Valley Area Convention & Visitor's Bureau

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DIRT DAYS 2021
JULY 22ND-25TH
WILLIAMSON, WV

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DRIVE THROUGH
THE DINGESS TUNNEL

RIDE THE 
HATFIELD MCCOY
TRAILS & BEYOND

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Did You Know?

The Mingo Oak was the oldest and largest living white oak tree in the world until its death in 1938. The tree stood in north-eastern Mingo County near Trace Mountain (along present-day US-119). The tree was over 200' tall and had a circumference of 30' at its base. The tree was often referred to as "the mighty monarch of the mountains". 

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Welcome To Coal Country!

Roads, Rails, and Trails...The Tug Valley Area has a little bit of everything for the entire family. If you're looking for what's happening here on your next trip, click below for our upcoming events!

Volunteers Always Needed! 

If you're looking to give back to your community or want to be involved, the Tug Valley Area CVB is always looking for volunteers! It takes a great team to pull off each event we promote and we'd love for you to be a part of our team! 
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