Delaware, OH – Outdoor enthusiasts of all ages are gearing up for the highly anticipated Adventure Run at Gallant Woods Park, set to take place on Saturday, July 8, from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. With the registration deadline Is today, July 1 participants are encouraged to sign up by the end of the day to secure their spot in what promises to be an exhilarating event.
Located at 2150 Buttermilk Hill Rd, Gallant Woods Park offers the perfect setting for adventurers to immerse themselves in nature. The primitive adventure trail awaits brave souls who are ready to tackle mud pits and overcome a variety of natural and man-made obstacles. An added twist is the slip and slide down the park’s sledding hill, providing participants with a thrilling descent.
Designed to be a family-friendly experience, the Adventure Run welcomes individuals aged 7 and above. The course spans just under 2 miles, ensuring an exciting and challenging escapade for all. However, organizers kindly request that participants refrain from bringing strollers or pets to the event.
As the run promises an exhilarating mix of water and dirt, participants should come prepared to get wet and muddy. Embracing the wild elements of the great outdoors, the Adventure Run offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature and test one’s limits. Best of all, participation in this thrilling event is absolutely free.
“We are looking forward to hosting the Adventure Run on Saturday,” shared a post on the Preservation Parks Facebook page. The event has generated significant excitement among the local community, drawing attention from both seasoned adventure enthusiasts and newcomers seeking a taste of the wilderness.
To secure a spot in the Adventure Run, interested individuals are encouraged to register promptly. Online registration is available through the Preservation Parks RecDesk portal at https://preservationparks.recdesk.com/Community/Program/Detail?programId=460
This promises to be an unforgettable opportunity to challenge yourself in nature’s playground.
For more information and further inquiries, please visit the Preservation parks Registration link.