What to Expect from Mad Anthony Mud Run 2018
No matter the temperature, mid-winter adventurists will be scrambling through all kinds of obstacles to receive a battlefield reward from their participation in the annual Mad Anthony Mud Run.
Held at Coyner Springs Park, the mud run has been a favorite for the last six years.
But why a mud run named after General “Mad” Anthony Wayne? History points to the battle at Stony Point. Tasked with the apparent hopeless mission of rooting out the British from an impregnable position, Wayne did just that.
And he did it with enthusiasm and a lack of regard for what others said was a failure from the start. On July 15, 1799, General Wayne proved his superiors wrong.
He beat back the British and helped a fledgling country win the Revolutionary War. Known for his fiery personality, intensity, and tenacity, you can easily see why Wayne is the inspiration behind the Waynesboro mud run.
Mad Anthony Mud Run Battles
With three hours of teamwork and fun, the name of this mud run game is cooperation with a heart-pumping challenge!
From huge hay bales to climb over and other obstacle course challenges, you’ll find numerous “battles” for you to face as you make your way through some ankle deep spots.
If you’re a lover of outdoor sports and teamwork, then this is the event in which to participate!
At the end of the race, you’ll be presented with a Mad Anthony award fashioned from the likeness of the Congress-awarded medal given to the general after his Stony Point victory.
The fun is on February 24th, so make plans now to join the fun. The earlier you register, the lower the entrance fee.
Best of all, if you opt to stay at the Iris Inn, you’ll have luxury accommodations waiting for you upon your return.
When you stay in one of our cabins, we have a hot tub waiting for you on the screened porch. Or, the Hawk’s Nest cottage has a hot tub on the elevated private deck.
Either way, we’ve got a fire in the fireplace and a glass of wine waiting for you!