Tour Hatfield McCoy Feud Sites

Many people do not realize that there are a variety of Hatfield McCoy feud sites still available and open to the public. The Hatfield and McCoy feud has left it’s mark on American history, and with the advent of the “Hatfields & McCoys” miniseries, interest in feud history has exploded. Visitors from across the world have traveled to Pike County, Kentucky, to experience the feud for themselves, visiting the famous Hog Trial Cabin, the pawpaw shooting site, Randolph McCoy’s property, the courthouse where the Hatfields were put on trail, Aunt Betty’s house and the site where “Cottontop” was hanged. While visiting the grave sites of Randolph, Sally and Roseanna McCoy, or “Devil Anse” and Johnse Hatfield, guest become personally acquainted with the personalities of this tragic history that has become American legend.

Hatfield-McCoy Driving Tour

The Hatfield-McCoy Driving Tour is a self-guided tour, which includes all of the feud sites of both Kentucky and West Virginia. Guests are provided a free Hatfield and McCoy Driving Tour brochure, which provides detailed step-by-step directions to each historic feud site, beginning at the Pike County Tourism CVB visitor’s office. An optional Hatfield-McCoy Driving Tour CD is available for purchase below and in our store. The audio CD serves as a tour guide for the feud sites, and offers professional voice talent and music, which spices up the already wonderful tour.

 

Hatfield McCoy Feud Tour

Hatfields & McCoys Driving Tour Visit the actual locations of America’s most famous feud. The Hatfield-McCoy Driving Tour Guide provides you a detailed map of the feud sites, as well as historical background.
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Hatfields McCoys Driving Tour CDHatfield-McCoy Driving Tour Audio CD Go on a self-guided adventure through the territory of the Hatfields & McCoys, and see the places where the actual feuding took place. The Hatfield-McCoy Driving Tour Audio CD is provides voice actors, music and a tour guide for each site. Order your Audio CD today.

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Lodging and Accommodations

Pikeville Lodging Offer
Booking with Pikeville Hotels includes all the amenities you could expect from top quality lodging. Each hotel is conveniently located within close proximity to many local attractions. See below for what each hotel offers.

Hampton Inn of PikevilleHampton Inn Pool, fitness area, high speed internet, breakfast, conference rooms, visitors information office. 831 Hambley Blvd., Pikeville, KY 41501. (606) 432-8181 or (800) HAMPTON

Hilton Garden InnHilton Garden Inn Restaurant & bar, pool, fitness area, high speed internet, room service. 849 Hambley Blvd., Pikeville, KY 41501. (606) 766-2000 or (800) HILTONS

Historic MansionPikeville Historic Mansion Private parking, luxury suites, breakfast, museum, special ordered coffee/tea. 179 College St., Pikeville, KY 41501. (606) 432-8181

Holiday Inn ExpressHoliday Inn Express 63 Rooms – jacuzzi suites, inside pool, meeting area, workout area, high speed & wireless internet, continental breakfast, laundry facilities, pets allowed with deposit. 476 South Mayo Trail US 23 South Pikeville, KY 41501 (606) 433-1800 or (800) Holiday

Landmark InnThe Landmark Inn 102 Rooms – outside pool, meeting area, high speed internet, wireless internet, laundry facilities, restaurant, lounge and entertainment.
190 South Mayo Trail U. S. 23 By Pass
Pikeville, KY 41501
(606) 432-2545 (606) 432-2545 or (800) 831-1469

Brookshire InnBrookshire Inn & Suites 74 rooms, jacuzzi suites, meeting area, high speed internet, wireless internet, continental breakfast, laundry facilities. 123 Alexandra Drive
Pikeville, KY 41501
(888) 433-1107

Hatfield & McCoy Lodge at the Riverside 55 Rooms.
1060 South Mayo Trail U. S. 23 South
Pikeville, KY 41501
(606) 432-2188

Daniel Boone Motor Inn 120 Rooms – outside pool, meeting area, restaurant, pets allowed, shopping nearby. 150 Weddington Branch Rd. U. S. 23 North Pikeville, KY 41501 (606) 432-0365

2014 Hillbilly Days Brochure

This Hillbilly Days article is from 2014’s event. For Hillbilly Days 2016 information, click here.

 

Photo by Larry Epling

Y’all be sure to come and enjoy one of the state’s largest festivals. Since 1977, Pike County has been celebrating Hillbilly Days. This nationally known annual event is a fundraiser to benefit the Shriners’ Children’s Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. Held in downtown Pikeville, this is one festival you’ve got to see to believe! Superior artists and craftspeople showcase their talents and sell their handiwork amidst mountain music, clogging and square dancing. Men, women and youngsters pick and grin while trying to outdo each other with their wild hillbilly outfits. COME JOIN US! Stay the weekend in one of our great hotels. From the Hilton Garden Inn, Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn to motels and economy lodging, Pikeville/Pike County features a wide range of accommodations that will fit into most any vacation budget. Bring the children, grandchildren, friends and neighbors; they’ll have a ball! While you’re here, plan a few extra days to visit other interesting attractions in our area such as the famous Pikeville Cut-Through Project, Hatfield-McCoy Feud Sites, Dils Cemetery (where Randolph McCoy and family members are buried), the Historic Pike County Courthouse and beautiful Breaks Interstate Park featuring the largest canyon east of the Mississippi as well as seasonal whitewater rafting.

2014 Hillbilly Days Brochure

This year’s Hillbilly Days brochure features a girl who has benefitted from the one-of-a-kind care of the Shriners Hospital for Children in Lexington, KY. Shriners Hospital provide care to children in the areas of Orthopaedics, Burn Care, Spinal Cord Injury, and Cleft Lip and Palate, regardless of the family’s ability to pay. Over the past three decades, Hillbilly Days has served as a fundraiser for the hospital, raising more than a million dollars and bringing widespread awareness to the hospital and the needs of children within our region. Feel free to download the 2014 brochure below.

Hillbilly Days 2014 BrochureHillbilly Days Hillbilly Days is Kentucky’s second largest festival! Every year, hillbillies from all walks of life migrate to Pikeville City for three days of fun, friends, fiddlin’ and food! Hillbilly Days is a fundraiser for the Shriners Hospital for Children in Lexington KY.
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