Warrior Dash obstacle races, mud run, and OCR information, distance, cost, dates, calendar, discounts, obstacles, reviews, and more

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Warrior Dash is the world's largest running series and is held on challenging and rugged terrains across the world. Participants bound over fire, trudge through mud and scale over 12 obstacles during this fierce 5K. From couch potatoes to novice runners to extreme athletes, Warrior Dash truly is an event for all athletic abilities.

The inspiration behind Warrior Dash was to create the most bad-ass day possible. It is a day where participants can challenge themselves, be active and get muddy. Participants tackle the course and then celebrate their accomplishments with beer, food and live music.

Warrior Dash is an alternative to the classic 5K and provides an incomparable experience for participants and spectators. The unique combination of athleticism, live music, turkey legs and beer keeps Warriors coming back for more.

Warrior Dash is partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The St. Jude Warriors program encourages Warrior Dash racers to fundraise for St. Jude. With the help of 2012 participants Warrior Dash has raised over 2 million dollars for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

Red Frog Events prides itself on creating the Active Entertainment Industry, which is a combination of fitness, entertainment and event management. As a leader in the industry, we strive to make each Warrior Dash more unique and challenging than the last. Innovation is continuously brewing back at Red Frog Events office where the whole team is dreaming up new obstacles and twists for Warrior Dash. In the end, we are in the business of having fun!



Upcoming Warrior Dash Events

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  • October 27, 2018
    Tri-State New Jersey Warrior Dash 2018
    Long Island Sports Park, Calverton, NY, United States
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  • February 09, 2019
    Central Florida Warrior Dash 2019
    Revolution Off Road, Clermont, FL, United States
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  • March 02, 2019
    Central Texas Warrior Dash 2019
    Rusty’s Walnut Creek Ranch, Cedar Creek, TX, United States
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  • April 13, 2019
    Georgia Warrior Dash 2019
    Buckeye Plantation, Covington, GA, United States
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  • May 04, 2019
    Tennessee Warrior Dash 2019
    Milky Way Farm, Pulaski, TN, United States
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  • May 11, 2019
    Kansas City Missouri Warrior Dash 2019
    Big River Ranch, Lexington, MO, United States
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  • May 18, 2019
    Oregon Warrior Dash 2019
    Pat’s Acres Racing Complex, Canby, OR, United States
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  • June 01, 2019
    North Carolina Warrior Dash 2019
    Rural Hills, Huntersville, NC, United States
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  • June 29, 2019
    Minnesota Warrior Dash 2019
    Caribou Gun Club, Le Sueur, MN, United States
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  • July 20, 2019
    Ohio Warrior Dash 2019
    Clay’s Park Resort, N. Lawrence, OH, United States
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  • July 27, 2019
    Michigan Warrior Dash 2019
    E.A. Cummings Center, Mt. Morris, MI, United States
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  • August 10, 2019
    Maryland Warrior Dash 2019
    High Point Farm, Clarksburg, MD, United States
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  • August 17, 2019
    New England Warrior Dash 2019
    Thompson International Speedway, Thompson, CT, United States
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  • September 07, 2019
    Indiana Warrior Dash 2019
    Ironman Raceway, Crawfordsville, IN, United States
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  • September 28, 2019
    Pennsylvania Warrior Dash 2019
    Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond, PA, United States
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  • October 12, 2019
    Oklahoma Warrior Dash 2019
    White Lightning Ranch, Okemah, OK, United States
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  • November 02, 2019
    Gulf Coast Mississippi Warrior Dash 2019
    Harrison County Fairgrounds, Gulfport, MS, United States
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Average rating: 2.84 / 5 from 200 reviews.

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Love These Races

Aug 27, 2018 by alan potts

this is my 3rd Warrior Race....2016 my girlfriend and I did the Washington DC race...this year my son, friend and I did the Clarksburg race....You get a lot for your money from beginning to end. I love running these races and cannot wait for them to come around again....


Great event!

Aug 25, 2018 by Eric

This was such a blast. It was my first time ever doing an OCR. A friend did it with me, his first time also. It was a great one to start out with I think. It had some challenges but overall it wasn’t too hard at all. We definitely got to run, get muddy, climb over, under and through things and drink beer! Great volunteers and other runners! Very fun time. Can’t wait for next year!


Crooked Organization

Jun 18, 2018 by Brenda

STAY AWAY FROM THIS ORGANIZATION!! They changed the Tri State location from June 23 2018 to October 27, 2018 and from North Jersey to Eastern Long Island just on FRIDAY! ONE WEEK NOTICE!
No Offer for refunds. The venue is now 3 1/2 hours away from me and at the end of October.

There is nothing tri-state about an eastern Long Island Location.
Choose another organization for your mud run adventures.


Apr 23, 2018 by misty clouse

I enjoyed the obstacles but hated all the hills. I think you should be told about the hills. That first one is a big one! Also the lack of water stations was very disappointing. There was one at the beginning and not another one till almost the end. Neither the medics or volunteers had any to hand out either. I was completely dehydrated by the end of the course


Apr 20, 2018 by Ben

First experience with Warrior Dash. Took up a volunteer shift from 8-1:30, got let off our shift at 12:40, and I figured me and my buddy would have enough time to go back to our car for our race gear, com3 back and change, use the porta potty, and drop off our bag at bag check before racing. We got to the start line at 1:20 only to be told the last wave of racers was let through at 1pm and we weren't allowed to race. When we talked to the staff at solutions we were told they don't give out free race vouchers and we were given a support email to find a solution instead. We had reason to believe they would let out waves at least until 1:30 since out volunteer shift was scheduled to potentially last that long, but the staff failed to communicate to us that the last wave would be let out only 20 mins after we checked out and now we have to wait a whole year before the next one in Socal. It's not worth it to travel out of state for a 5k obstacle race to me. It was gonna be my buddy's first OCR as well and now I don't know if he'll be able to race it next year since he usually works on weekends. Made a 4 hour drive and wasted money for a campsite reservation the night before just to get screwed over. At least I eventually got a free race code after emailing them. Btw, the email staff gave us didn't work and I had to fetch the support email myself. My advice, go with Spartan races. They at least make sure you race at the same event if you volunteer and want to run.


Great fun

Mar 05, 2018 by Sheila

Great fun. My daughter and I did this run last year in the rain and decided to come back a second year. We had a great time and enjoyed the obstacles.


Alright

Aug 09, 2017 by Dave the Warrior

I been doing the NYC Warrior race 3 years in a row now. I found it more organized each year since. The race is still the same location. It is still a fun race with most of it covering hilly wooded terrain. Its not really an advance race and each year seems to get easier obstacle wise.

It's not really for the hardcore but made for the beginners, 'weekend' warrior and those who love to Instagram & Facebook look what I did Sat and look how muddy I got as people were rolling in the mud obstacles like pigs in a mud bath just to show that.


Keep coming back

May 31, 2017 by George

3rd year in a row at Warrior Dash Ohio, I think one year it was named Warrior Dash Ohio II, anyways its in canal fulton area, the course is good, plenty of room to pass or in my case get passed. The obstacles have some wait but not as bad at other events. One or 2 times I have seen obstacles closed do to damage or injury. All in all I love this one as I am able to grab a beer afterward unlike the 10+ milers that I am just happy to survive.


Great for Beginners, Still Fun for Competitive Athletes

May 03, 2017 by Hillary Greene

Info for Competitive Athletes:
The obstacles are not particularly technical, nor are athletes penalized for failing/required to complete the obstacle. It is very much a runner's race in this regard. That said, the terrain at Milky Way Farms was tough, starting on a steep, unforgiving incline. It is very clear that Warrior Dash targets the fun run "weekend warriors," but the competitive division is still available and offers some great prizes including: a free race entry, a voucher for Vibram shoes, and (at least in this case) an OCRWC qualifier shirt for podium finishers. In short, it's fun, but don't expect your upper body/grip strength to be challenged much.

For Non-Competitive Athletes:
If you've been toying with the idea of an OCR or mud run, this is a great entry-level course to introduce any and everyone to the sport of OCR. You can finish this course with very little training. Go have fun with your buddies and earn some really fun swag. The festival has some good activities for everyone, too.


Overall, not as good as last year

Mar 05, 2017 by Tom White

Background: I ran my first Warrior Dash in 2016, and have done a ½ Tough Mudder since, so this was my third event of this type. There was a constant drizzle on 3/4/17, so the weather was one of the obstacles.

Pros: This is normally a good event for beginners, as the short distance (5K) is a nice starting distance and the obstacles aren’t too difficult. The course itself was the toughest obstacle this year, as the rain made large parts of the path extremely muddy and slippery, so you got a great workout just moving along the course (carefully). Quite a few people went down quite a few times. Obstacles like Fisherman’s Catch and Pallet Jacked provide some good opportunities to test balance and strength.

Cons: However, there was a lot lacking that I didn’t notice last year. First, two obstacles that were advertised weren’t offered at all: Dead Man’s Drop and Mud Mounds. The loss of Mud Mounds is especially disappointing because it is arguably the only collaborative obstacle on the course (the mud is slippery and high enough that a boost up is required for most people). But these two were nowhere in sight. Next, Alcatraz and Goliath were shut down, and they were only letting people crawl under Bridge the Gap when we ran (noon). Alcatraz and Bridge the gap were presumably due to the weather. Goliath was so clean that we suspect no one ran it all day. We noticed that the landing pool for Goliath was much shorter than last year and honestly wondered if it was unfinished. But given the nature of the event, if your obstacles can’t handle a little mud and water (Alcatraz and Bridge the Gap), then they are poorly designed in the first place.

Which leads to another point: Safety and security. We saw almost no one who appeared to be at the obstacles representing Warrior Dash (either as staff or volunteers). No one directing traffic, there in case someone got hurt, etc. Likewise, bag check seemed haphazard. Two friends who had left stuff in our bag were able to go in, get their stuff out of our bag, and leave. Not only did anyone not stop them, but they saw no one there TO stop them (they were our friends so it is OK with us that they did it, but the lack of security is concerning). We also heard some complaints that medical response time was extremely slow, and one of my friends noted that it seemed to be the same person responding to the three injuries we saw.

So, Warrior Dash seems like a good beginning course to cut your teeth on. But it doesn’t seem as well run as some of the others (the friend of mine who does 50 miles of this a year vouches for that), which may lead to safety concerns. Take this for what you feel it is worth.


The Ultimate Mud Run, Obstacle Race and Adventure Race Guide , USA 2.8 5.0 194 194 this is my 3rd Warrior Race....2016 my girlfriend and I did the Washington DC race...this year my son, friend and I did the Clarksburg race....You get a lot for your money from beg
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