Muddy Trails Bash – 2K-9 Dog Fun Run

A great beginner run for you and your dog!

Hosted by: The Woodlands Township Parks and Recreation Department


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04-07-2018 from 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Rob Fleming Park
      6055 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77389

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Muddy Trails Bash – 2K-9 Dog Fun Run

Special Interest: Running

Participate in the 2K-9 Fun Run with your dog along the beautiful George Mitchell Nature Preserve at the 11th Annual Muddy Trails Bash. The race for dogs is not timed and start 10 minutes prior to other racers at 4:15pm. Please follow race policies on dogs.

Main events include a chip-timed 10K & 5K run, and a one-mile children’s run. A post-race party with awards ceremony includes live zydeco music, the Muddy Bowl Crawfish Cook-off, and other children’s activities. This is not a mud run.

Want to find more dog-friendly races? See our list of Spring 2018 Dog-Friendly Races!


 

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Location: The Woodlands, TX  |  Houston  |  Texas
Activities: Running

Admission: 2K-9 Dog Fun Run - $35, Register online or at 1pm on race day.

More Information: If you have your dog, you won't be able to go on the shuttle service and will get special parking. A dog station, water bowls, and pools are available for your dog to cool off.


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