Dundee Pretty Muddy Kids 2020
Dundee Pretty Muddy Kids
Sunday 14 Jun 2020
£10.00 Children | £0.00 Supervising Adult
Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids is our brilliant muddy obstacle course just for the little ones. They can take on the obstacles, crawl through the mud pit and have fun with friends, all the while helping raise valuable funds for life-saving research.
Please note, all children taking part must be at least 1.2m tall on day of event.
The start line is on the left hand side of the main drive on the grass playing fields. Please arrive one hour before the start time of your race.
Event car parking is provided within Camperdown Park. Please follow directions given by stewards and signage on the day. Due to the high volume of cars parking at this venue please consider alternatives such as car sharing, public transport or arriving early. This will help your day run smoothly and ease local congestion. Please be aware that possible delays may occur if arriving or leaving the venue by car.
The Dundee route is situated within Camperdown Park, which is the largest public park in Dundee. The route allows you to take in the beautiful sights of the park, including the stunning neo-classical Camperdown House, before heading into the forest area. The terrain of the course is a mix of grass, roads and woodland paths, with a couple of small inclines and plenty of obstacles to get you 'pretty muddy'!
All of our Pretty Muddy Kids events are approximately 5km. Adults accompanying children will run alongside the course but will not be allowed to take part on the obstacles.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the obstacles in this event, it is unsuitable for wheelchair users.
Camperdown Park offers a fantastic play complex situated near the Wildlife Centre. The complex includes a state-of-the-art play area and much more, so bring along your friends and family to support you and make a day of it. They can enjoy the activities in the main event area, get some delicious food and cheer you through an array of obstacles including the Durdles and infamous Mud Chute. The course is completely open to spectators with lots of opportunities to see you overcoming the challenging obstacles.