We did a few hours at Hatfield McCoy last week. It was pretty nice. Even the bunny trails had a few sections that got our attention. I saw some of the other non bunny trails heading off into the woods. There is challenging there, you just need go and look for it. The pass is 50 bucks and that buys you access to all 7 (?) of the systems. We both bought passes and scouted a few other places to stay while in the area. There is a private place called burning rock http://www.burningrockwv.com/
that has their own private trails. With that comes the requirement to purchase their own private trail pass that is separate (and $10 more) from the HM trail system. It's a nice facility. We might pony up and just buy their pass too. The value of being able to ride from the trailer (or cabin or whatever lodging you choose) right to the trail without having to trailer is quite nice. They're also purchasing a new rental fleet for next year including bikes so you'll be able to just throw some money at an opportunity to go ride trails without having anything but your own gear. They may even rent that. I didn't ask.
The other place we checked out was Ashland ATV Resort. That was really nice as well and we'll likely be going down there in the relatively near future for exploration. http://www.atvresort.com/
It sits right in the middle of the Indian Ridge trail system which connects via trail to both the Pocahantas system below and the Pinnacle Creek system (which we rode) above. It will basically allow you to ride all day long and leave the trail only to get gas. Ashland has gas and propane on site as well.
Keep in mind that all our trips involve pulling a 31 foot trailer so the accommodations we searched out were specific to our needs. I'm sure there are other places that would serve different needs quite well.
The area is economically depressed and desperate for your recreation dollars. The towns have passed ordinances allowing off road vehicles to drive on public streets just so you can come off the trails and go to the local mom n pop for lunch and to buy your sundries. They REALLY want us to visit. One of the towns actually rerouted the trail so it would come out on the road FARTHER from the gas station just to give riders the opportunity to pass by local shops on the way to the gas station in hopes that they'd stop and eat or buy or otherwise throw money at the town. There are other similar places popping up all around but we chose those two for their advertising budget. Shallow, I know but anyone can call their place an ATV resort.
While we were down there, we picked up a copy of Rec Rider Magazine http://www.recrider.com/
This is a PA based off road rag with an amazing amount of information about local riding opportunities. Apparently, there are a lot of areas to ride around the Mid-Atlantic that just aren't very well known. Think smaller versions of Hatfield McCoys. Some are pay to play and some are Federal / State lands that just don't get any press. I look forward to devouring this site to find places to ride that are closer than HM trails for when we don't have several days to dedicate to a trip. The map of PA they have showing areas to ride is very exciting as there are MANY that are highlighted. Duh, it's a really big state.
We just invested pretty heavily in bikes and gear to be DS capable. The hope is to justify all those purchases by riding the bikes, preferably off road, as often as vacation allows.