Saturday, Apr 22, 2017
This Event Took Place Sat. Apr 22, 2017


We are at 100 runners. The park is fine with us going over that so I have opened up a few spots. Particularly with the 24 hour, 12 hour night and 10 mile option. 12 Hour day is pretty much full. So if you need to run 12 hours please consider the 12 hour night option

I have still kept slots open for deferrals from last year. If you were a deferral from last year go ahead and sign up. If you get waitlisted I will move you in


The Dogwood Ultra Marathons now feature 10 mile, 12 Hour Solo, 12 Hour Relay, 24 Hour Solo and 24 Hour Relay options. For the 3rd consecutive year the race takes place at Twin Lakes State Park. All events run the same 3.35 mile loop course. Each loop features approximately 250 feet of elevation change and a couple of stream crossings. Sometimes you get your feet wet, sometimes you don't. Awards will be given to all runners finishing 50k, 50 mile, 100k and 100 mile distances. 100 mile finishers will receive a belt buckle. Participants have the option of running their 10 mile or 12 hour race during the day or night. Night races begin at 7:30pm. Simply select the day or night choice at registration..

As a veteran owned business, we love giving back to those who help all of us. Teachers, Law Enforcement, Nurses, First Responders and Military should use the code THANKS at checkout for a discount. I do not offer refunds. Runners who contact me ahead of time may be able to roll over to another race

Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place male and female in each distance.  Only the 1st place relay team will receive an award.  Finisher's awards will be given to all runners completing a 50k, 50 mile, 100k or 100 mile distance.  Runner's finishing 100 miles will receive a belt buckle.  Only complete laps will count.  Runners must finish their current lap by the time cap in order for it to count.  Runners must be present in order to qualify for a prize.  The following laps must be completed to achieve noteworthy distances:

50k- 9 laps (31.23)

50 miles- 15 (52.05 miles)

100k- 18 laps (62.46 miles)

100 miles- 29 laps (100.63 miles)
Beginning in 2020 all of our races will be cupless! the nice thing about the loop course though is that you can leave your cup at the start/finish line.

We cannot offer refunds or bib transfers. I can offer you deferral to next year's race

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