PLACES TO STAY
PLACES TO EAT
THINGS TO DO
The World Famous Coal House was built in 1933 from 65 Tons of bituminous coal and is the home of the Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Showcasing unique Hatfield-McCoy Feud sites, local history, and more, Trail 10 House & ATV Tours look to guide you on your next trail adventure!
With several access points located throughout the city, access to the Tug Fork River has never been easier.
Originally discovered on Dingess Mountain by local coal miners, the petroglyphs are estimated to be 1200-1400 years old.
Straight out of the 1920's, the historic hotel has hosted First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, President John F. Kennedy, Henry Ford, and many more!
Based out of Matewan, this thrilling journey showcases the beauty of West Virginia's natural landscapes along the Tug Fork River.
With over 300 Miles of trail directly accessible from Williamson, its no wonder the city is considered the "Gateway to Hatfield McCoy Trails".
The rail yard in Williamson is one of the largest east of the Mississippi River and a paradise for rail fans.
Built in 1892 and stretching almost 1-Mile Long, "America's Bloodiest Tunnel" is a must-see experience in Mingo County.
Home to North America's longest fire pole and an incredible 1923 Ahrens Fox Fire Engine, the WFD is a hidden gem of fire history in "Coal Country".
Join local historians David & Ellen Hatfield for Hatfield McCoy Feud Site Tours based out of Matewan! (They'll even chauffeur you around!)
One of the Tug Valley's best museums, the replica train depot holds historic items from both the Hatfield McCoy Feud & Matewan Massacre.
Nearly all of the sites that played a roll in the infamous feud are located within a 15 mile radius of Williamson. Download a Map Below!
Williamson is home to some of the best hiking which include adventures to Death Rock,
Picnic Rock, Castle Rock,
Shoe Rock and More!
With many fishing spots, picnic areas and incredible views, the lake is a great place to take the family.
In the heart of Historic Matewan, this museum looks into the labor uprising and incredible history that took place, shaping this coal mining region.
Open seasonally from May to October, the market features locally grown produce, cook-offs, artisans and various demonstrations.
Located 3 Miles southeast of Williamson, "Ten Pin Alley" is a great place to spend a few hours with friends and family.