Terrain Racing obstacle races, mud run, and OCR information, distance, cost, dates, calendar, discounts, obstacles, reviews, and more
Terrain Racing challenges you both physically and mentally with over 20 obstacles! Choose a 5k or 10k option, and after your race party at the finish line with friends, family, mud and views of the obstacles you just conquered! You’ll be proud when you finish your race with us. You’ll sweat. You’ll get dirty. You and your friends will have the time of your life.
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Kid's races vary in distance and age categories from location to location, so be sure to check our website for more information on Terrain Mud Runs for the whole family!
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- September 26, 2020Save $5 on your Terrain Racing with code MUDRUN5 Learn MoreLake Elsinore California Terrain Race Mud Run 2020
Lake Elsinore Diamond, Lake Elsinore, CA, United States
- October 10, 2020Save $5 on your Terrain Racing with code MUDRUN5 Learn MorePittsburgh Pennsylvania Terrain Race Mud Run 2020
Monroeville Park, Monroeville, PA, United States
- November 07, 2020Save $5 on your Terrain Racing with code MUDRUN5 Learn MorePhoenix Arizona Terrain Race Mud Run 2020
Rawhide Western Town, Chandler, AZ, United States
- November 14, 2020Save $5 on your Terrain Racing with code MUDRUN5 Learn MoreIrvine California Terrain Race Mud Run 2020
Oak Canyon Park, Silverado, CA, United States
- December 05, 2020Save $5 on your Terrain Racing with code MUDRUN5 Learn MoreTampa Florida Terrain Race Mud Run 2020
Sun ‘n Fun, Lakeland, FL, United States
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Not Worth it! Very disorganize. Mostly running a gravel road with a few obstacles even the mud dried up. I personally got a deep stab on the palm of my hand while dragging myself under a heavy net in a multitude (hundreds) of safety pins that where on the ground from other racers dragging their bibs there. I warned the personnel, and got the most I don't give a s@$%t look. I was shocked, they didn"t do anything and many others got hurt. I also found myself getting of course to chase personnel on golf carts for water for my kids because all the water station were empty and unattended.Btw they'll nickel and dime you once your there. Never again!
This was my first obstacle course race ever. I drove 5 hours and had a blast. I am actually looking forward to particapating in another one in Fort Worth, Texas because of how much fun it was. Since this was a goal I had when I turned 50, completed it at 51 was an awesome experiance. I was very pleased that I felt no pressure on anything. No punichment work if I couldnt complete and obstacle, had help when I ask for it. Just a very laid back experiance. I would recommand this for anyone older or starting out. There were long lines to get into the venue and parking was $20 and packet pick up was $5 but all fees were advertised well in advance so I knew exactly how much cash to have on hand. Overall it really was an great experiance and I'm ready to takcle the next one!
Alarming safety issues/Injuries
I went into race not expecting a lot and wasn't bothered by the disorganization. But the safety issues were surprising. There were no volunteers or race officials for long stretches of the course and at some obstacle stations. The cargo net wall was very rickety and difficult to grasp metal bars since the previous obstacle was the mud pit. Someone had apparently fallen from the top onto their back earlier in the race and been taken to hospital. I would not recommend this race.
Fun but needs work
It was really fun for our first race but there really weren’t many obstacles. There was only one muddy spot as well. Also the ad advertised fee admission but then threw in $15 fee for insurance which I understand but I don't think it should’ve been advertised like that. There were also other charges $5 for the bib $20 for parking once we were there they only accepted cash.
Charging $5 to pick up your race bib is ridiculous!
$20 parking fee. Most obstacles were not very challenging. Definitely not worth it or physically stimulating.
Only 4 real obstacles over 3 miles. The rest is just running on a gravel road. This company shouldn’t even be in the same category as other OCRs. If you are a child then this would be a great race for you, otherwise save your money. Additionally they $5 dollar you to death. $5 bucks to pick up a bib number, $5 bucks for the privilege of putting your bag on their table, $20 bucks to park in the grass.
After cancelling the race with less than 24 hrs notice and several people driving quite a distance from the actual supposed race site to pick up packets that were not there (that’s where we first learned about the cancellation), I asked for a refund. I was denied a refund saying that it stated during registration that it was a no refund event. The only thing it said about refunds was that it would not be refunded if cancelled due to weather. This cancellation was due to poor planning and not getting required permits for city ordinance, not weather. Needless to say, we will not be signing up for this race in the future.
Very disappointed that the race was cancelled less than 24 hours before start time, with no reasoning
Great race with fun obstacles and LOTS of chances of get down and dirty in the mud :)
Not the best,but good for first timers.
I did not have high hopes going into this race due to other reviews, but it wasn't horrible. The obstacles were well built and self explanatory. The mini monkey race was a lot of fun for my kiddo. The most disappointing part was that they nickel and dime you to death. 20 to have someone "park" us and then having to pay 5 dollars for a bib because I couldn't drive 2 hours to get it the night before? Rip off. And even though this is billed as a mud run it most definitely wasn't. There were two "mud pits". If this is your first OCR it may be worth it. For the OCR vets I still say Rugged Maniac is the best race out there.