Your First Mud Run - Family & Kids Mud Run Events
Upcoming Family Mud Run Events
Past Family Mud Runs
Mud Runs & Obstacle Races for Kids & Families
We offer many exciting and team building racing event for kids and families. Our mud runs for kids are renowned at being fun and exciting. If you are looking for an event that your family can do together, then sing-up for one of our family mud runs or family obstacle course races. We currently offer mud run and obstacle races in the following states:
Learn About Our Mud Runs & Family Obstacle Course Races
Our course is designed for the whole family.
Kids AGES 5 AND UP can participate with their parents and kids under 13 must be accompanied by a legal Parent or Guardian WHO IS A PAID PARTICIPANT OF THE RACE AND RUNS THE ENTIRE RACE WITH THEM. Everyone in the race must be a paid registrant. Kids must register the same as the parents. Our current mud run schedule for 2018 is to the left, but we are always adding new dates so check back periodically.
We may include any or all of the obstacles below:
“Tubes of Terror” – Don’t get stuck crawling through tubes
“Terrible Tubes” – No wipe outs running through about 50+ inflatable tubes
“Ultimate Wall Climb” – Hope you won’t need help climbing over a 6′ high wall
“Mud Pit” – Stay low through the mud pit
“Death Hill” – Can you survive a 1/2 mile of uphill run
“Tire Drag” – Drag two tires around our “Tire Drag” course
“Burpies and Pushups” – Hope you remember these from gym class!
“Bungee Crawl” – Stay low!
“Heavy Jump Rope” – You’ve never jumped rope like this!
“Memory Test” – We’ll test if you can remember a phrase after going through multiple obstacles
“Slip Wall” – Just introduced last year, climb our over our slip wall just before the finish
“Cargo Net” – Climb over our 8 foot high cargo net
“Foam Machine” – Find your way through a sea of foam to start off the race
I was very pleasantly surprised with this race as a whole. I would say a 4 out of 5. It was not mine nor her first mud run but for the price it is great. Pictures are up now 3 days after the event. They had one water station but on a 2-mile loop, that was plenty. The clean off station was functional and worked well. All obstacles felt safe and secure for myself and my daughter and I didn't see or hear any issues from anyone around us either.