The mud run course is approximately 3 miles with 30 obstacles.
If you are signed up for the competitive run, YES, you do. If you signed up for the non-competitive run, we encourage you to at least try.
The kids run is a 1 mile portion of the actual mud run course with 15 obstacles.
Yes. We encourage parents to run with their kids on the kids course. There is no charge for parents to assist their kids.
Yes. All kids run participants will receive a t-shirt and our new Kids Run velcro patch.
We plan to have games and activities provided by our amazing sponsors for the kids to enjoy.
NO. Kids must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
As always, parking is on site and FREE.
Yes. We have a free bag check-in area.
Yes. We will have restrooms and changing areas available.
Sorry, refunds WILL NOT be issued for this event.
In the event of a thunderstorm where thunder and lightning are detected, the event may be delayed, or cancelled all together. Otherwise we run. If the event is cancelled, you will still receive your t-shirt, and we thank you for your donation.
Kids run participants must be 7-12yo. Mud run participants MUST be 13yo or older.
Glad you asked. Please use the form on the contact page and enter "SPONSORSHIP" in the subject.
There are other ways to support our event and our cause without participating in the event.
Use the form on our Contact page to send us an email to get more information.
Yes. After you cross the finish line, head over to the sponsorship area and enjoy food and beverages, music, door prizes and the awards presentation.
For the 1st responder and military event, your team will need at least two (2) members to qualify for the trophy and prize package.
Yes. If you are an active, reserve, or retired 1st responder or military member you can register for that event and run solo. You can still place 1st, 2nd, or 3rd and win an award.
No. You can add whoever you want to your team, as long as they are active, reserve, or retired military or 1st responders. Example; Joe is a police officer, Dean is a firefighter, and Bob is retired from the Army. Joe, Dean, and Bob can be on the same team. At registration, Joe creates a team name and a unique pass code. When Dean and Bob register, they select Join a team on the registration page, search for the team name and enter the unique pass code. Joe, Dean, and Bob are now on the same team.
Joe, Dean, and Bob are all on the same team. Joe finishes in 40 minutes, Dean finishes in 50 minutes, and Bob finishes in 39 minutes. Joe and Bob finished with the two (2) fastest times on this team. Joe's time and Bob's times are averaged and compared against all other teams to see which team completed the run the fastest.
No. The 1st responder/military event is for active, reserve, or retired 1st responders and military members ONLY. Anyone else will have to participate in the Traditional event held on Saturday.
Your shoes will be full of sand and mud. We recommend you wear a pair of shoes that you won't mind throwing away after the event.
Sand, dirt, and mud can be extremely irritating. Compression pants, shorts, or similar clothing may help prevent this.
Separate male and female changing areas will be provided for changing.
Towels, camera, sunblock, and bug spray. Our event takes place mostly in the woods. Sometimes yellow flies can be a pain. Bug spray will keep them away.
***REFUNDS WILL NOT BE ISSUED FOR THIS EVENT***
All participants are required to sign a waiver before entering the course. A PARENT OR GUARDIAN WILL BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A WAIVER FOR THEIR CHILD.
Alcohol is not allowed at our event.