Dan Fredericks Sr said:January 22, 2016 4:14 am PST
So disappointed to find out that no more reservations are being taken. Do you still do the tours? I have become infatuated by this part of history. Was planning a trip this summer to your area.
Jackie Hareldson said:August 28, 2014 8:46 am PST
My husband and I did the tour August 23rd and it was the best tour I have been on!!! Neil really knows the history and I recommend anyone that is into history to really do this! It was worth the 13+ trip down from SE MN!! :) I will definitely be back in the area sometime in the future! It is so beautiful there! Thank you again!
Loren Dahling said:April 7, 2014 7:39 am PST
We stopped by the cabin site and had a GREAT time listening to Neil. Spent far longer than we had planned to, since we had a 1,000-mile drive that day, but it was worth the 3:30am arrival time at home. Would have loved to take the tour and see the rest of the sites that we didn't have time to see. Maybe I will get a chance to do it someday. Thank you, Neil, for such a welcoming talk. I love the way that you embrace history. All the best to your and your family.
Denny and Susan Bennett, Craigsville WV. said:November 1, 2013 6:35 pm PST
WE really enjoyed our tour on Sept. 19th. I had no idea that we could see first hand all of the places that were involved in the actual feud. We will tell everyone that this is a must see tour.
Cindy Fisher said:October 29, 2013 9:46 am PST
We did the Hatfield & McCoy tour on October 26th with Adam's dad, Neil. He was awesome! He was extremely knowledgeable about the area, the history, and ALL of the feud players. I loved his enthusiasm, and his southern hospitality. He took us to remote sites we would have NEVER been able to find on our own. He also supplied us with colorful tidbits about feud stories, and stories about the locals. The scenery and ruggedness of the area was drop dead gorgeous! (No pun intended). It was amazing to actually see how remote this place was, and just how far all the players had to travel back and forth to the different locations. Amazing! It was an awesome experience! One that I highly, highly recommend! It's well worth the money, and I hope to be back again one day. Thanks, again, Neil!
Dana and Heidi Fry said:August 26, 2013 2:21 pm PST
Has a wonderful tour! Adam was a great tour guide, knew all the answers to the questions asked. Great day! Well worth the money!
Brian Oldag said:August 18, 2013 11:07 am PST
Couldn't have asked for a better tour guide. It was obvious Adam knew a lot about the history of the fued and he communicated it in a way that was easy to understand. Adam gave us all the time we needed to explore the sites he brought us to and had an answer for everything we had asked about the fued. I recommend taking this tour whenever you have free time. WELL WORTH IT!!
Tracy and Dave Gall said:July 16, 2013 8:53 am PST
AMAZING!! Thank you so much Adam. We had a great time and met some wonderful people. You do a wonderful job!! Don't forget we will bring Brandie down soon....Thanks for a perfect day.
Ronnie and Linda Tyree said:June 24, 2013 9:59 am PST
What a great day! Adam did a fantastic job explaining the history of the Hatfield and McCoy feud and showing us around the area to places we would never have been able to go to (or even find!) on our own. We also learned a lot about the coal mining history in the area. Lunch at Miner's Diner was great too! Overall, a great experience! I would highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting the area. Thanks, Adam!!
Denise said:June 16, 2013 3:52 pm PST
The tour was great ... Adam knows his history. Stopped at so many sites we would never have found on our own. He know his Hatfield McCoy history. We had an unscheduled stop in Matewan for a reenactment taking place that weekend and lunch was at the Miners Diner. The price is right for as much time as he allowed us to stop and explore. Thank you, Adam, for an enjoyable day!
Kendra said:May 21, 2013 4:46 pm PST
Did the tour on 05/18/13, had a lot of fun! Adam did a great job with our tour, very knowledgeable about the area and the history. I really learned a lot. I'm so glad I did this tour. The day just flew by and we had a nice group. He was very accommodating with the things our group wanted to see. Very worthwhile!
Elaine Loss said:May 9, 2013 10:11 am PST
Loved the tour, Adam you were great, everybody was so nice. Met some great people from Ohio who photobombed us!!! Went to lunch at a BBQ place that was delicious. Could not have found it without you. if your ever in NJ give us a shout, believe it or not there is alot to see.
Diane Kuipers said:May 9, 2013 9:43 am PST
We had a great tour on 5/4/13. Adam was awesome he knew everything there was to know about the Hatfields and McCoys and then some. The countryside was beautiful and the sites he took us to were very interesting. Adam is a nice, funny, and knowledgeable guy. Would definitely recommend the tour to anyone interested in American History.
Theresa And Bob Terry and Butch said:May 9, 2013 1:11 am PST
We had a great day 5/4/13 Adam was a great tour Guide we saw a lot and learned a lot about the Hatfields and McCoy learned a lot about how far apart events took place ,saw a lot!! Adam lives in the area and knows a lot about the area and was very informative. we are glad we took the tour!
loren jordan said:January 16, 2013 5:39 am PST
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