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.