The 8k (approximately 5 miles) race distance will consist of 2 loops around the course.
The 25k (approximately 15 miles) race distance consists of 6 loops around the course. If you consider yourself a trail veteran or love the longer distances, then this is your race.
Note: The 8k and 25k race distances will be timed. There will be at least two aid stations on the course: one manned aid station and one unmanned water station. There will be swag, including a goody bag, t-shirt and finisher medal.
Please note: Items subject to change due to supply chain shortages.
Top finishers will also get awards.
Race is located at the George Lestrange preserve.
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Welcome to the Osprey
Proceeds from the race directly benefit the St. Lucie county's Environmental Resource Department's environmental resources education program and its Oxbow Eco-center’s Earth Day Festival.
About the Osprey
The Osprey Trail Run offers a unique experience inside the 94-acre George Lestrange preserve in Fort Pierce, Florida. the race gets its name from birds of prey known as ospreys which are commonly seen in the preserve.
This loop-based race takes runners around a beautiful lake, along Ten Mile Creek, and through various terrain that includes technical single track winding trails, hard packed gravel, beautiful oak lined hammocks, oxbows, hills and low lying flatlands.
The included shirt is a super comfy poly-cotton blend
For 2024 we are working on some special items. More to come
About George LeStrange
Located just off the southern coast of Florida, George LeStrange Preserve in Fort Pierce is a hidden gem that offers visitors a unique and unforgettable experience. The preserve is managed by the St. Lucie County Department of Environmental Resources and offers over 200 acres of pristine wetland habitats, making it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
One of the many highlights of the George LeStrange Preserve is the diverse wildlife that makes its home there. The preserve is home to a variety of reptiles, as well as a plethora of bird species, such as egrets, herons, and of course the osprey.
In addition, George LeStrange Preserve is also a great spot for eco-tourism. The preserve is crisscrossed with numerous nature trails that allow visitors to explore the various habitats and ecosystems that make up the preserve. The trails offer stunning views of the wetlands, where visitors can observe the unique and delicate flora and fauna that make up this remarkable ecosystem.
For those who enjoy water activities, George LeStrange Preserve offers a range of opportunities, including kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. Kayaking through the preserve's waterways is particularly popular, as it allows visitors to explore the more remote areas of the preserve that are otherwise inaccessible by foot. Fishing is also a great way to enjoy the preserve, as the wetlands are home to a variety of fish species, including largemouth bass and bluegill.
We prefer you to pickup your packet the day before the race if possible.
September 1 (Day before race)
4:30 - 6:30 PM
Fleet Feet Port St Lucie (Conveniently located off I-95)
11586 SW Village Parkway
Port St Lucie, FL 34987
Get Directions to Fleet Feet Here
September 2 (Day of race)
Starting at 6:00am at George Lestrange Preserve
25k - 7:00am start
8k - 8:00 am start
Hotels Near the Race
They are located at 11560 SW Village Pkwy, Port St Lucie, FL 34987, right next to the Fleet Feet store where packet pickup will be held.Other Hotels near George LeStrange on TripAdvisor
Event's current local time: 8:52 AM ET