We are working hard to make this the best mud run ever. Our 2013 event will be on Saturday June 22nd.
Be sure to like us on our Facebook page for a chance to win prizes such as free race entry’s, a GoPro camera, private Blob pillow party for you and your friends. Prizes will be given out every Monday till race day.
We have big plans for the water slide this year. It will actually be a little longer but we will have a 32 foot long water pit at the bottom for a safe stop. We will also have room for 4 people to go at the same time.
We have also added a Huge Water Blob. Details to follow.
We will have many new obstacles along with improvements at most of last year’s obstacles especially the canal crossing, Mud pit and Electric alley. We are also working hard to give you a better shirt, medal and post-race fun (Blob).
Over 500 runners from 13 States and 136 cities from around the country participated in the 2012 Indian Mud Run . . Wow !
A Big "Thank You" to all who came, ran and conquered the challenge and helped us raise money for the Parks.
We've had so many positive comments about the run, we thought we'd share a few. .
Cole Graham of Zanesville, Ohio wrote; I had/have done multiple “mud races” and yours stands out in my mind for the obstacles. They were well made, sturdy, and entertaining.
Dave Sharier of Canal Fulton, Ohio wrote; loved the hills, rocks, ravines but my favorite was the monkey bars at the end. See what you have left in your tank!
Chris from Newark, Ohio wrote: " If anyone is looking for an adventure race....this is the one. It has the best natural obstacles and the most challenging but keeping it short - 5k. I'll be making this a regular stop every year. Good job guys it was awesome."
Douglas from South Florida wrote: "Thanks to everyone involved to make this a Great run. The FD water shuttle for the slide didn't go unnoticed either. Those guys were everywhere. Nice job to all and I hope to make the trip up from S. Florida next year."
Jim Border of Coshocton wrote; I really enjoyed running in the race last year. I thought it was much more challenging than the other mud runs I have done
Tammy Stillion of Pleasant City wrote; this is a very fun race. I enjoyed it more than the Warrior Dash which I thought was pretty easy. I was tired at the end of this race.
About the Run
The race is held at Coshocton's Lake Park and all proceeds generated go to the park’s annual operating costs. Lake Park complex offers an 18-hole golf course, soccer fields, camping, water park, baseball diamonds, scenic trails, historic entertainment pavilion and canal boat that operates on a section of the old Ohio Erie Canal. It's also adjacent to Richard Downing Airport, the Ohio National Guard Readiness Center and historic Roscoe Village.
The race is held on Scarr Loop Trail, land purchased by the City of Coshocton and the views are spectacular and the terrain one of a kind.