ABOUT THE EVENT
We appreciate your support. Implementing trails into the Stockton Lake area and providing fun, healthy activities for families is important to us. We frequently have families ask us where they can take their children to show them different aspects of nature. We are excited to work with the Stockton Trails Initiative Coalition to assist with trails and activities all around beautiful Stockton Lake.
Funds raised from the previous years have helped with the Umber Ridge Trail located within Stockton State Park. This trail is 1.75 miles with natural terrain. Funds have also helped with the .5 mile Nyblad Trail - perfect for a quick hike. Funds also purchased an ATV to assist in building and maintaining the 8 mile Lakeview Trail.
Stockton State Park is also home to a 6.5 mile Water Trail, perfect for kayaking, paddleboarding, or canoeing. Paddle over to the beach for a quick swim, and maybe do a little fishing along the way!
RACE WEEKEND SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
MORE INFORMATION REGARDING THE RACE WEEKEND SCHEDULE FOR 2018 WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON.
Here's the basic info so you can mark your calendars!
Our events will be professionally chip timed by ActNow Racing
Saturday, April 14th
*All Saturday races are on the road
Packet Pick Up (South Shelter): 1:30 pm - 2:45pm
Havin' A Crappie Day 1 Mile: 3:00 pm
Havin' A Crappie Day 5k: 3:30 pm
Festival Party & Awards Following the 5k
Packet Pick-Up for Sunday events open from 5-8 pm.
Outdoor Yoga instructed by Leslie Dawson: 6:00pm
Sunday, April 15th
*All Sunday races are on trails
Packet Pick Up (North Shelter): 6:30 am
Canicross 5.6k: 7:00am
Haulin' Bass 7.7k: 8:00 am
Haulin' Bass 13.3k: 9:00 am
Awards and refreshments following
Race Day Parking
Saturday: Parking is offered at the South Shelter where the races begin and end..
Sunday: Parking is offered at the North Shelter where the races begin and end.
Pets are welcome in the park on a leash. We truly love our four-legged running buddies, but due to insurance and safety purposes we ask that pets refrain from participating in any event except for the canicross trail event on Sunday, April 15.
Love the Earth
We are trying to make our event as green and environmentally friendly as possible. We strongly encourage online registration, but paper registration will still be available for 2018.
We will offer recycle bins at the race for water bottles and cups. If you have a favorite water bottle, we encourage you to bring it along to reduce the use of plastic cups and bottles.