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Murrieta Mud Run Calls For Runners, Clubs, Teams, Families, and Fun Seekers

AE - Girl Smiling in MudMurrieta Mud Run is a 5K run/walk to be held at Town Square Park, 24501 Jefferson Avenue in Murrieta on Saturday, September 8th beginning at 9:00am followed by an After Party of live music, food and

vendors until 3pm.


The Murrieta Mud Run isn’t your typical weekend 5K run. It is a unique place where competitive runners, high school football teammates, Mom’s clubs, police & fire departments and many other groups can participate in costume and run for their lives across a sludgy field, slippery slopes, mud pits, and obstacles all the way to the finish line, all while trying to keep both shoes on and as little mud in their shorts as possible.


Hard-core runners and non-athletes alike have found Mud Runs to be the new trend for the challenge of doing something different and fun. It can be as competitive or carefree as the participant wants.


Teams can find fees and registration information at Race categories are Competitive Wave (Top Three), 9/11 WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER WAVE, Individuals and Groups, Teen Division (Ages 13 – 17), Individuals and Groups, Individuals & Large Groups (10+), Kids (5 – 12) with Parents. Best costume contest will be at 10am. Dirty Dodgeball begins at 12pm. Costume and Competitive Wave winners will be announced at the 1pm Awards Ceremony.


Costume Contestants must be present at 10am for the judging and must wear their costume during the race to be eligible for a prize. The After Party will be filled with plenty of music, food and more fun! In addition to food vendors, there will also be educational and retail vendors to visit. Festivities begin right after the race and last until 3pm at Town Square Park.


Anyone interested in volunteering for the event should contact our race directors at“> For more information about Murrieta Mud Run, please visit

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