Enjoy the raw power
Of our brand new Yamaha Kodiak power stearing quads. All of our machines are 2016 or newer, immaculately maintained, and ready to hit the trail at a moments notice. The Kodiak EPS (electronic power steering) brings Yamaha’s renowned combination of the industry’s most durable automatic transmission—Ultramatic—with the rider-centric control and traction of On-Command selectable 4WD. The result is outstanding capability with the confidence to get you through the most challenging terrain and back again.
Don’t take our word for it…
"Rain and mud equals fun!Jim T - tripadvisor
I just can't say enough about the service and hospitality of the staff."
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there an age limit?
Yes. Our minimum trip age is 18 with a valid drivers license. West Virginia state law requires that no person under
the age of 18 may operate an ATV without a certificate of completion from a state approved vehicle rider safety awareness course.
Is there a rental deposit?
Yes. In addition to signing our standard liability waiver and equipment rental agreement there is a credit card deposit of $250 per rental unit. This is refunded promptly upon the the return of undamaged equipment.
How long is the tour?
Plan on 4 hours. Your guide will try to keep paperwork and orientation to 30 minutes at the beginning of the trip. On average, you’ll be on the trail for 2 1/2 hours. You’ll have 30 minutes at the end to degear, debrief, and enjoy a cold beverage with your guide. Guides have 30 minutes discretionary time built into each trip.
Do I have to wear a helmet?
Yeah, dummy. We’ll even provide one for you! Of course, you are welcome to bring and wear your own helmet so long as it’s full-faced and DOT approved.
What should I bring?
Sunglasses – We will provide eye protection upon requests, but most guests find the wearing of their personal sunglasses more comfortable.
Closed Toe Shoes – We do not allow flip-flops, open sandals, or any other type of open toe shoes. If we can see your toe, you can’t go… We highly recommend footwear that provides that provides ankle protection, such as boots.
Clothes You Don’t Care About – Let’s face it, you’re probably going to get muddy and ruin whatever clothes you wear. Please don’t come offloading in your Sunday best…
Driver’s License – We don’t allow unlicensed drivers on the trip
Credit Card – We do require a damage deposit of $250 per unit. This is refunded promptly upon the return of undamaged equipment.
Camera – Bring at your own risk. There’s lots of mud and water involved in this trip
Cell Phone – Bring at your own risk. Again, there’s lots of mud and water involved in this trip
Gloves – You’ll want these especially if it’s cold outside. Think 8:00 AM trips in the fall. Most of the guides wear light gloves (Mechanix, for instance) year round. Hint hint.
Medical Items – If you have a medical condition, please bring necessary medical items. If you’re alergic to bee stings, bring your EpiPen. If you have asthma, bring your inhaler. Your guide will provide you with a safe place to store these items during the trip