So, bikes and fourwheelers can ride together right? I assume it's open to any ATV/UTV/bike within legal req's, trail sharing allowed? We would be bringing my KLR, a KTM, and a fourwheeler (lol a little bit of diversity in our little group).
Not all trails accommodate side-by-sides; permits and helmets required for all riders, no double riding on single-rider machines.
Plenty of resorts, lodges, etc., cater to the off-road riding community in the region (e.g., Ashland Resort, Rockhouse Lodge, Depot Lodge).
H-M Trails has an excellent website, plus helpful customer service telephone contact. Recommend them for you; Hatfield & McCoy ATV & UTV Trails - ATV Trail Riding Trails Heaven
Also, a new pay-for-ride off-road park is said to be open for membership near Christiansburg (not unlike Windrock/Coal Creek, Brimstone, etc., I understand). The Go Race staff probably knows of this one.
All this said: I've ridden several H-M trails, on ATV and on motorcycle; would not personally take a KLR650 onto that venue, if I had the choice of a smaller/lighter/more nimble dual sport/dirt bike. Even blue and green trails have their gnarlier sections, in my experience, and . . . a KLR650 remains heavy to pick up. YMMV.
If you MUST take a KLR650, the Little Coal River trails are the easiest 60 miles of the 700-mile H/M network: http://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/t.../ride_0fa9.htm
Oh, wait! The website link says they're, "Temporarily closed!" Call the number posted above for authentic current status. No, never mind calling about that subject; looks like "Temporarily" has morphed into, "Permanently;" read it and weep: http://coalvalleynews.com/news/870/t...-official-says