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We’re open and serving our guests safely

It’s been a difficult few days and weeks as we went from preparing for March Madness to preparing for how to adjust to a new normal due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Luckily West Virginia hasn’t been impacted as hard as other areas, but things will be different for a while, and we want you to know that Four Wheeler Heaven is committed to safely serving our guests and providing an escape into nature as we practice social distancing. We’re writing to you today to talk about the steps we’re taking to protect our guests, outline the changes that have been made here in West Virginia, and share what’s still open for business in our area.Four Wheeler Heaven is open for business and ready and eager to serve our guests, and the Hatfield-McCoy Trails and Spearhead Trails are open. We’re making adjustments for the safety of our guests, and we encourage our guests to also make adjustments to ensure their safety and the safety of the locals in our community.

To protect our guests: we’re taking the following precautions in addition to our regular cleaning of units between each reservation:

  1. Sanitizing all handles (door, fridge, toilet, faucet, etc), cooking surfaces and eating surfaces
  2. Sanitizing the door entry pinpads
  3. Sanitizing the telephones

West Virginia has closed all gyms and fitness centers, and has restricted restaurants to carry-out or drive-thru only. The three nearest restaurants to us will be open for business and operating under these restrictions:

  • The Corner Shop in Bramwell will continue to serve food for carry-out only.
  • The Tudor’s Biscuit World and Gino’s Pizza drive-thru windows in Bluewell will remain open.
  • Lynn’s Drive Inn in Bluewell will remain open and will be serving food from bags instead of trays to protect customers.

Finally, we ask that our guests observe the following recommendations:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially when coming in or going out.
  • Cough into your elbow.
  • Avoid large gatherings such as parties or any groups of 10 or more people.

West Virginia is blessed with some of the most beautiful mountains, trails and scenery you’ll find anywhere in the world. We love riding because it’s an escape from the rest of the world and all the problems that are going on around us. Luckily, going outdoors, hitting the trails and getting away from other people is a great way to avoid crowds and prevent the spread of disease.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 855-5-TRAILS (855-587-2457) or email us at info (at) fourwheelerheaven.com and we will be happy to help you. We thank you for your understanding as we all do our part to prevent the spread of the coronavirus,

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