The MudBug Run obstacle races, mud run, and OCR information, distance, cost, dates, calendar, discounts, obstacles, reviews, and more
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The MudBug Run Reviews from the Community
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Good basic mud run
This race would serve as a good intro to OCR. The obstacles were doable by everyone. Nothing overly difficult obstacle wise but the park was great, the running was good. Nice venue and good people.
First of all I would like to say that the run was a great event. The event was well organized, the course was nice and gritty, and the people were amazing. The cons are that, you do not get a belt buckle, you got a finishers "coin" and a tech t-shirt. They did not have "showers", they had 2 dumpsters full of water you could de-mud in. Both of which were muddy water after the first wave got out of them. I was also a little disappointed that the 10k course was basically running the 5K twice. A lot of the "obstacles" they put on the website and course map were not in the race. They did have the run at a beautiful park, with lots of entertainment, live band, food and beer, etc. I truly enjoyed the event and plan on participating in it next year. Just wish the information given prior to the event was what was actually present at the event. All in all a great mud run.