American Mud Race obstacle races, mud run, and OCR information, distance, cost, dates, calendar, discounts, obstacles, reviews, and more
Mud, mud, and MORE MUD! – That’s our story and we’re sticking to it. American Mud Race is the muddiest adventure race you’ll ever encounter, and it’s coming soon!
Our designers put together a 3-4 mile course packed with crazy obstacles that will test your mettle, challenge your strength, and leave you covered from head to toe. If you’re tough enough to cross the finish line, a serious after party awaits.
Fun is the name of the game, but we’ve also got a greater purpose. American Mud Race will benefit wounded veterans through the Home at Last Project by Habitat for Humanity.
Upcoming American Mud Race Events
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American Mud Race Reviews from the Community
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Very disappointing race and venue.
Do not offer 1&1:30 heats if you're not going to support them properly. No slide, no fire, no photos, ribbon tape taken down wary causing confusion.
We paid the same amount as the others yet treated as junk.
Won't do this run again , you treat all heats and participants the same
I enjoyed it all. It was better than last year. Having more obstacles which are always good. The water slight at the end felt faster than last year, so more excitement. The beer didn't finish that's a plus. The t-shirts have the date of the event written on them; it is nice to have that. The medal was somehow different; more stylish. The music was ok. The shower area was nice. The portables R/R were ok. The YMCA people (I think, red & black t-shirts) were very helpful.
I don't know why you charge for the parking. There should more photographers at different /all obstacles. There should be more people guiding the course/ directions. I didn't see any signs on the road saying about the event. The process for the medals should be more vivid and a photographer there as well. Needed more helpful volunteers and cheerful.