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

Muddy Princess is a 5km (3.1mile) obstacle mud run for women – and women ONLY. Our event is for women with all kinds of fitness levels as long as you can run, walk, crawl, climb, laugh and play – a real opportunity for a “girls dirty day out”.

Upcoming Muddy Princess Events

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  • August 25, 2019
    Canton Ohio Muddy Princess 2019
    Lightning Raceway OH, Tippecanoe, OH, United States
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  • September 07, 2019
    Charlotte North Carolina Muddy Princess 2019
    Porter Farms, Concord, NC, United States
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  • September 15, 2019
    Nashville Tennessee Muddy Princess 2019
    Wooly’s Offroad Club, Lynnville, TN, United States
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  • October 06, 2019
    San Bernardino California Muddy Princess 2019
    Calimesa Country Club, Calimesa, CA, United States
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  • October 06, 2019
    Jacksonville Florida Muddy Princess 2019
    WW Ranch Motoross Park, Jacksonville, FL, United States
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  • October 13, 2019
    Memphis Tennessee Muddy Princess 2019
    Memphis International Raceway, Millington, TN, United States
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  • October 20, 2019
    Gulf Coast Mississippi Muddy Princess 2019
    Harrison County Fairgrounds, Gulfport, MS, United States
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  • October 27, 2019
    San Antonio Texas Muddy Princess 2019
    Cycle Ranch Motorcross Park, Floresville, TX, United States
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  • November 03, 2019
    Dallas Texas Muddy Princess 2019
    Cousins Paintball, South Forney, TX, United States
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  • April 05, 2020
    Punta Gorda Florida Muddy Princess 2020
    Florida Tracks and Trails, Punta Gorda, FL, United States
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  • May 10, 2020
    Atlanta Georgia Muddy Princess 2020
    Georgia International Horse Park, Conyers, GA, United States
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  • May 17, 2020
    Virginia Beach Virginia Muddy Princess 2020
    Virginia Beach Sportsplex, Virginia Beach, VA, United States
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  • May 31, 2020
    San Jose California Muddy Princess 2020
    Joseph D. Grant Regional Park, San Jose, CA, United States
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  • June 07, 2020
    Long Island New York Muddy Princess 2020
    Long Island Sports Park, Calverton, NY, United States
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Muddy Princess Reviews from the Community

Average rating: 3.67 / 5 from 9 reviews.

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Good Vibes and Full of mud!

Aug 16, 2019 by Anna

My daughter and I had so much fun! Muddy Princess is all about women empowerment and a great bonding experience. It wasn't too hard and wasn't too east, perfect for us :)
Can't wait for next year!


3.1 Miles of Unacceptable

Aug 01, 2019 by Jordyn McIntyre

I selected the Minneapolis 7/28/19 race, but my event was actually on that date listed as the INDIANAPOLIS race (the event was really in Rossville, IN 1.5 hrs away). But that race wasn't an option, for whatever reason.
Let me preface this review by stating, I had never done a mud run before this event. I didn't go into this comparing it to any other events. However, I do have a background in event planning and volunteer engagement, so that is where my viewpoint comes from.
This event was so incredibly poorly organized, that I was surprised to go back and find out that this company hosts these events all over the US. I'm going to break it down by categories:
- The Course...the course was at the Wildcat Creek MX. It was riddled with garbage and metal shards from what I assume was perhaps siding from a garage? There were substantial bases of saplings that had been ripped out to make the course (either the running or the MX) and there were several times where I slipped and caught myself from being impaled through my abdomen by one of these rooted "sticks" or a metal shard. The course was poorly directed with signs and there were not "obstacle marshalls" at many of them. There were a couple of stations there was supposed to be water at, but there was only one that was ready. (I ran in the first wave and we were toward the front). At one point, a man in a side-by-side instructed us to go a certain way and it was wrong. There were to be 18-20 obstacles, and maybe it's just be, but I didn't count an existing hill as an obstacle but they did! By my count, there were 17 MP obstacles.
- The Facilities...there were plenty of porto-johns for everyone and they appeared pretty well maintained. There wasn't a lot of waiting, which was great!
- There was a place with "food" but there weren't any other options. No food trucks or anything, but there were a ton of opportunities to grab an energy drink.
- The Rinse Facility...this was a joke. They used water from a nearby filthy retention pond and you basically stood in mud while you rinsed the mud. I would have assumed they would put down a rubber mat of some sort or even a strip of gravel. It was not adequately secured, because in the afternoon twenty men were caught not once, but TWICE watching the women shower. I know this as fact, because I was a volunteer and it came over my radio for myself and all of the women on the race course to hear. There didn't appear to be actual security of any type at the event, which surprised me for an event that size.
- Volunteer relations...wow. I usually love volunteering at events and did so at this event because my friend wanted to save money on the entry fee. NEVER AGAIN. First of all, you're not adequately cleaned (which as a female is a huge health concern). Then, they tell you that you are not allowed to use the restroom for your 5 hour shift, whilst simultaneously telling you to stay hydrated?? My station was in the full-sun and I was never checked on at any point. We were told they would tell us what the last group looks like and that never happened. When we radioed to ask, they said "we'll get back with you" and never did. We only knew the event was over when the breakdown crew came, at which point we rushed to the bathrooms only to find out they were already being taken down. So we held our bladders for 5 hours, an additional 20 mins to the cleanest facility. I don't believe we were acknowledged or told thank you as we left.
I wouldn't recommend this course to anyone, and I certainly wouldn't recommend the rinse facilities. I would save your entry fee for a different event, and I wouldn't recommend volunteering any time to save that entry fee. The juice isn't worth the squeeze on that one.


Jul 01, 2019 by Karen Croghan

What a total blast! A fun spectacular day. My friend and I had a great time! Hoping to bring a team next time!


Loved it!!

Jul 01, 2019 by Vicki swyck

First time ever, it was fun and exciting, had approx. 15 to 20 obstacles, grant the water should had not been a full bottle but I didn't complain, i drink water like a fish, I cannot wait until next years,


Jun 02, 2019 by Tonya

WOW! We had a blast!!! So much fun. Thank you for coming to Atlanta! Will definitely do it again.


May 04, 2019 by Jeanne Michelle

Such a great event!! Our team of 12 had so much fun! This is an uplifting, empowering event and very well run! Grab your girlfriends now and sign up for the next one!! So much fun!!


Ridiculous

Apr 30, 2019 by Holly

The “obstacles” were RIDICULOUSLY easy. It was almost insulting, as if they made it super easy because women can’t handle anything harder. There were only 12 obstacles; there should have been way more. The course wasn’t roped off, there were no BIBs/numbers, we had to pay for bag check, and we had to pay for pictures. The water stations had full bottles of water which was a waste, I couldn’t drink it all at either station. The sample bags had a melted chocolate protein sample and Vagisil wash.....which was just unnecessary. If this is your first ever 5k, it’s fine, but there are tons of better, more organized OCRs out there that do a better job.


Apr 07, 2019 by Amanda

Not sure why they selected to give everyone Vagasil intimate wash. Could have made a better choice especially for the younger girls. Also very wasteful with full bottled water at each hydration stop - very few drank even half.


Apr 07, 2019 by Amanda

Not sure why they selected to give everyone Vagasil intimate wash. Could have made a better choice especially for the younger girls. Also very wasteful with full bottled water at each hydration stop - very few drank even half.


The Ultimate Mud Run, Obstacle Race and Adventure Race Guide , USA 3.7 5.0 9 9 My daughter and I had so much fun! Muddy Princess is all about women empowerment and a great bonding experience. It wasn't too hard and wasn't too east, perfect for us :)Can't wa