PIKEVILLE, Ky. — Labor Day weekend will mark the 2nd Annual Hatfield and McCoy GeoTrail Event in Pike County and neighboring West Virginia.
This commemoration of the historic feud and all things geocaching starts Friday evening, Aug. 30, with the popular Stolen Pig Roast. Interest in the Hatfield and McCoy feud has significantly increased over the last two years, in large part due to the popular miniseries by the History Channel. Last year, geocachers from several states descended on eastern Kentucky and West Virginia to take part in this unique event.
More events and festivities are scheduled this year. Also, a limited-edition Geo-coin for 2013 will be available. All of the caches along the trail are designed to be family friendly, and finders of all ages and experience levels are invited to come out for the event. This is a great opportunity to learn more about geocaching and see some historic sites of the infamous Hatfield and McCoy feud.
To learn more about the Hatfield and McCoy GeoTrail, special event or how to begin geocaching, visit www.hatfieldmccoygeotrail.com.
To find information about all of the outdoor opportunities and locations, as well as a calendar of events happening all across Kentucky, visit the Office of Adventure Tourism’s website at www.getoutky.com. Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook, www.facebook.com/KYOutdoorAdventure, and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/kyadventures!