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  • Prairie Springs Park and Lake Andrea

Pleasant Prairie Mud Run

September 12, 2015

(262) 925-6742


First wave at 10 a.m.

The Pleasant Prairie Mud Run is a down and dirty 5K trail run with obstacles. The course is perfect for recreational runners competing in their first 5K race and still challenging enough for the competitive athlete.

The course uses the grass, dirt, and gravel trails found in and around Prairie Springs Park. The course is flat and has fun obstacles including: water crossings, tire runs, hay bale climbs, tunnel crawls, slip n slide, and the famous mud pit. Also featuring:

  • Pleasant Prairie Lil Mudder at 9 a.m. This is a 100-yard dash followed by a few smaller obstacles and of course, the mud pit. Registration is open to children ages 4-7.
  • Pleasant Prairie Mud Run JR at 9:30 a.m. This is a one mile run with obstacles and, of course, the mud pit. Registration is open to children ages 7-12.

Register online or in person at RecPlex for these events.