Running was popular in Europe long before it caught on in America, which is why most races are measured in kilometers instead of miles and why most of the Pilgrims were eaten by bears. Race to the top of the food chain with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one Groupon, good for one entry to the Summer Muddin' 5K (up to a $79 value)
- $75 for two Groupons, each good for one entry to the Summer Muddin' 5K (up to a $158 value)
- $144 for four Groupons, each good for one entry to the Summer Muddin' 5K (up to a $316 value)
On Saturday, July 13, runners take to the inaugural Summer Muddin' 5K course in waves that set off every half-hour from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., slipping and sliding through the mud, soaring down ziplines, and tackling more than 20 obstacles, such as climbing walls, tunnels, and watery mud pits. After completing the run, participants receive a T-shirt, a medal, and access to a post-race party with live music and a complimentary beer for participants aged 21 and older. This Groupon does not include parking, which is $10 per vehicle.
The National MudRunners Association
The members of The National Mud Runners Association strive to build challenging and entertaining obstacle courses with their medium of choice—mud—motivating participants to get fit while having fun and getting filthy. Each of their events attracts thousands of participants, who sprint across muddy terrain, climb over walls, and splash through muddy pools of water created by dinosaur footprints. After crossing the finish line, dirt-caked participants can amble into the event's postrace area to pick up their medal, grab a T-shirt, stroll around vendor booths, and dry off while soaking in live music. Committed to giving back to the community, The National Mud Runners Association donates the proceeds of each event to a charity.
95% of 60 customers recommend
“Loved the location. Very well organized”
“So excited to run and at a very low price can't beat that.”
“Great time highly recommend that everyone should at least try a mud run.”