Join the Jonathan Dickinson State Park next Saturday night, July 28th for the Full Moon Night Trail Run. The trail run is a challenging 10 mile run through the wildlife in 13 natural communities, including pine flat woods, mangroves, rover swamps, and sand pine scrub. Runners should expect to get wet and dirty throughout the trails.
Throughout the run, there will be four aid stations located throughout the trail with guides to help you endure the epic night fun run, as well as volunteers and a full medical and emergency staff. At the finish line at the end of the run, there will be free cold beer and burritos to enjoy the night.
The race sold out the last couple of years, so don’t miss out. Click here to register.
The race starts at 8pm and the run will be marked with reflective arrows, ribbons and lights to guide you along the way. Flashlights and or headlamps are required on the course. All runners will receive a finisher’s medal, a post-race ceremony, a goodie bag, and more.
The first wave of the run will start at 8 pm followed by the second wave at 8:05 pm, and third wave at 8:10 pm. Check in and race day packet pick up will be from 6 pm to 7:45 pm. There will be awards and a ceremony after the race around 10 pm.
The Jonathan Dickinson State Park is located at 16450 SE Federal Highway in Hobe Sound.