Running clears the mind while strengthening the body, making it the ideal warm-up for an athlete and the most hated activity for a sentient brain floating in a jar. Race for the prize with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for registration for one (a $59 value)
- $55 for registration for two (a $118 value)
- $109 for registration for four (a $236 value)
The Dallas Mighty Mud Dash kicks off at Lone Star Race Park and Verizon Theater on Saturday, November 10. Choose your wave time at registration; waves begin at 9 a.m. and continue at 20-minute intervals until 2 p.m. The pickup tent provides bib numbers, free T-shirts, free beer tickets for those 21 or older, and gear check one hour before your wave time. Racers will also receive a medal upon completion of the course.
Mighty Mud Dash
The Mighty Mud Dash lays out 20 challenging obstacles across 5 mud-caked kilometers. The course demands that competitors slither through wire bear crawls, trudge through a 30-yard mud trench, and careen down giant mud slides on their path to the finish line, where a party with free beer and live music awaits. Known for the competitive spirit it inspires, the Mighty Mud Dash attracts many well-chiseled athletes, and rewards the fastest dashers, best dancers, and best-costumed competitors with awards at the event's conclusion.
Mighty Mud Dash
Clean running clothes have no place at Mighty Mud Dash, a 5K-challenge course that beckons runners of all fitness levels to plunge through stretches of mud in search of glory. Friendly competition is encouraged as waves of runners forge a path through more than 20 rugged, slippery obstacles—including wall climbs, cargo net-covered crawls, 30-yard mud-filled trenches, and a sprawling tarp slide.
Though the main race is only open to competitors age 14 and older, a scaled-down 100-yard obstacle dash welcomes children as young as 6 to test their agility and endurance. After the competition, participants gather for celebration and music at the post-race party, where they can rinse off or roll all over an expensive white velour sofa to a soundtrack of upbeat tunes. A portion of the proceeds from the event benefit the work of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, a non-profit organization working to conserve Texas's natural resources like its hunting and fishing grounds.
Lone Star Race Park
1000 Lone Star Pkwy.
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050Get Directions