October 10, 2015
The most fun you could have in the State of Florida on this day!
Conveniently located between Tampa and Orlando, join us on the intense terrain of Central Florida. For directions, use the Intersection of Co. Road 640 & FL 37, Mulberry, FL. On race day, we’ll have tons of signs — you won’t miss us!
Starting at 8:30 am, waves of athletes will begin racing every 15 minutes. You choose your start time.
Your friends and family are welcome to cheer you on and participate in the day-long festival for free. Be sure to bring a tent or umbrella for extra shade!
Festival & Post-Party
Party all day with us! We’ll have great music, entertainment, and plenty of food and drinks to refuel you! Food trucks will be cookin’ up a storm or you can purchase a pass to the VIP BBQ for $20.
Build Your Own Tribe
Create a team or join a team and run with your friends! Teams are unlimited and can be open to the public or private (requires a password). If competing, team members will be timed individually and are not required to cross the finish line together.
The race by the numbers
Donated to Charity
Do you have what it takes to trudge through the thick intense terrain of Central Florida, defeat the most intimidating obstacles, celebrate with an all-day festival, and bring home your much deserved medal?
Thousands of acres of Central Florida terrain sets the perfect backdrop for the Tribal Extreme Mud Run. Gear up for drudging through the mud, racing through gnarly terrain, and completing the most challenging obstacles.
This event is exclusively charitable benefiting the Lakeland, Florida community.
Countdown to Race Day - October 10th, 2015!
FROM THE BLOG
The Mims Charitable Community Fund is an endowed fund established to provide support to organizations that specifically help to improve the lives of youth and families.The Fund is intended to provide for basic needs, but also opportunities for expanded personal growth and development.
The Junior League of Greater Lakeland, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Junior League is exclusively educational and charitable.