The Pocahontas OHV Trail is located north of the historic Town of Pocahontas in Tazewell County, Virginia, accessible from either downtown or Boissevain Park.
Phase I begins in the Town of Pocahontas Historic District and meanders along the ridges and valleys of Reedsville Hollow. Phase II is accessible from a Boissevain Park trailhead. That access point parallels Haynes Branch and the scenic ridges above. Phase III anticipates adding an additional 50 miles to the west of Phase II.
The Town of Pocahontas has passed OHV-friendly legislation. As such, the areas of the Town are available to OHV riders. Boissevain Park is owned and operated by the Tazewell County Recreation and Park Authority, with suitable area for parking and other amenities.
Spearhead Trails rider permits are available at local retailers and Pocahontas Town Hall. An annual permit is $50 and, unlike other trail permits, is good for one year from the date of purchase instead of the standard calendar year. Day passes are also available for $15. Trail permits give riders access to all of Spearhead’s trail systems including the 90 mile Mountain View System in St. Paul (which has 10 miles of single track for dirt bikes) and the Coal Canyon System outside of Grundy.