campers and tower of doom
only stream crossing on course
“‘It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door,” he used to say. ‘You step into the Road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there is no telling where you might be swept off to.’”
Spend the weekend of September 22nd with Rough Runners for the next 48 hours, running, walking, picnicking, glaring into the eyes of the billowing purple dragon…at night, stare up at the unpolluted, night sky, – counting and wishing away at shooting stars.
The event starts on Friday at 4pm and end Sunday at 4 pm. You may start at your convenience at any time during the event.
Bring your family and friends too! And, be ready to make many more friends during this magical weekend!
This laidback runcation is at a beautiful pine forest farm owned and, graciously loaned out to all of us for 48 hours by Stevi Harvey and her family.
Stevi is a long time ultra runner and nature lover who has wanted nothing more than to share her beautiful pine forest farm with her ultra running family for a weekend of running and funning. Please provide a trail nickname for your bib!
Run as much as you want. Every runner that runs at least 1 loop will get a finisher award. Anyone that runs 100 or more miles during the weekend will get a finisher award and a beautiful belt buckle.
The course is flat, wide, hardpacked grass that is very kind to the feet. Roots are minimal. With elevation changes. There is about 140 feet of elevation gain per loop.
In keeping with all of the Rough Runners races, we have chosen a charity to make a generous donation to from the proceeds of this event. For Stevi’s Roost, the charity of choice is the Ogeechee RiverKeeper. This organization is wonderful, having the same values we have for nature, our waterways and wildlife
Get as many or as little miles as you want!
There will be buckles for anyone that gets over 100 miles, and finisher medals for anything less.
Race start 4pm Sept 22, 2023
Race end 4pm Sept 24, 2023
PLEASE NOTE: that you may start and end your run at any time between 4pm Friday and 4pm Sunday.
All dog breeds are welcome.
Dogs must be leashed throughout the event.
Harness, belts, and bungee lines must be in use.
The dog must be a minimum of 12 months old to enter the event
You must clean up after you dog, even when competing in the event
Course- 2.7 mile loop
Porta potties will be available.
RACE IS CHIP TIMED
PLEASE READ WAIVER AT REGISTRATION. There are NO cancellations, bib transfers, or deferrals. Race is chip timed
1190 Beagle Rd.
Small campers and tents allowed, -no hookups are available.
This is a cupless race.
All trash must go back home with you.
There is absolutely no hunting or fishing allowed. (You may canoe, kayak, or paddle board in the pond)
All dogs must be leashed at all times.
We'll provide aid station foods, hydration, burgers, quesadillas, etc. We are open to having you bring a potluck to share with your run family.
We hope you’ll join us for a very fun, wonderful weekend!
Gavel or mountain bike
After visiting the land this past weekend with our bikes, we decided to open it up for cyclists.
Event's current local time: 11:25 PM ET
The race event is held from Friday 09/22/2023 to Sunday 09/24/2023. You are not required to start at 1600 on Friday Sept, 22. You may start at your convenience at anytime during the event. If you complete 1, 2.71 mile loop you will receive a finisher award. If you get 100miles in 24 hours of your start you will receive a buckle.
You must use a headlamp at night
You are required to have a bell or alerting device on the bike and use it when approaching runners. bikes keep to the left, runners to the right.
The bike race in not sanctioned. cycle at your own risk.
Registration includes free camping fro the duration of the race, finisher award, and food.