Local Attractions

Laurel Lake Wildlife Management Area


Laurel Lake Wildlife Management Area is about 20 minutes from Mountain Brook and features a pristine lake fed by clear mountain streams for boating, fishing, paddle boat rentals, hiking trails, hunting and playgrounds for the kids.

The Hatfield-McCoy Trails


The Hatfield-McCoy Trails are just moments away from Mountain Brook Lodge, with over 600 miles of world famous trails throughout the historic hills of southern West Virginia.  The Hatfield-McCoy Trails are one of the biggest and best off highway vehicle trail systems on earth, offering 365 days a year of riding for every skill level. Scarlet Flame Side-X-Side Adventures offers guided tours of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System

Hatfield Cemetary


The Hatfield Cemetery is just over the mountain from Mountain Brook Lodge. The resting place of several members of the feuding Hatfield clan, it’s centerpiece is an Italian marble statue of Devil Anse Hatfield, portrayed by actor Kevin Costner in the television mini-series about the famous Hatfield-McCoy Feud.

Chief Logan State Park


Chief Logan State Park  is a 4,000-acre recreational area with lodging, conference facilities, campgrounds, hiking trails and a variety of outdoor activities and attractions. Located four miles north of Logan in the heart of West Virginia’s southern coalfields, Chief Logan State Park is one of the most visited facilities in the West Virginia State Parks System.

Delbarton Opry House


Delbarton Opry House features live music most every Saturday evening all year long at a very nominal fee; just 10 minutes away. The Coalfield Jamboree Theatre has both music and theatre productions throughout the fall, winter and spring in the City of Logan, about 30 minutes away from Mountain Brook Lodge 



Kayak our crisp, cool mountain rivers and streams! Rentals and more information are available at Four Seasons Country Store, less than 25 minutes away.  Hatfield and McCoy Airboat Tours gives passengers an up close look at the wildlife occupying the Tug Fork River and a view of the sites that were part of the landscape of the 19th century Hatfield- McCoy Feud.

 “The mountains of West Virginia were definitely a site to see. The Hatfield and McCoy trails are worth the drive; there’s nothing like that back at home. The house was beautiful and everyone is very friendly here.” The Richards family