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Join us for another beautiful and challenging trail race at Camp Crooked Creek Scout Reservation right in the middle of bourbon country. If the wind is right, you'll smell the sweet aroma of mash from the major distillery located just a few miles away.
This challenging 12.7-mile loop featuring over 2,000 feet of elevation gain per loop will meander through 1,000 acres of rolling hills covered with a hardwood forest of oak, hickory, and beech trees, spectacular natural views, and abundant wildlife. Runners will also enjoy a few miles along the amazing 70-acre John Barr lake located right in the heart of the start-finish line and runner's village. This well-maintained and legendary trail is only available to the general public to run during the Crooked Creek event.
With options of 50 miles, marathon, and 1/2 marathon distances this event has a challenge waiting for any runner!
The Start/Finish line will offer a very large area for runners to spread out their support tents, and runners taking the 50 mile challenge will enjoy a one of a kind "Pit Road" experience that will allow your team access to you at the start-finish line and again just three miles into each loop. As an added bonus heated shower houses will be available for runners to freshen up after conquering the "Crooked Creek Crusher" course.
The Crooked Creek Ultra course is located 15 minutes from the Louisville International Airport, just off Interstate 65 in Shepherdsville Kentucky, and is a great option for runners looking to mark a Kentucky event off of their list and possibly hit a few bourbon tours while in town.
Multiple lodging options are available within 10 minutes of the camp and (unheated cabins) will be available for a small fee while they last at Camp Crooked Creek. Primitive camping options will also be available with access to heated bathrooms and the shower house.
***Active Duty Military*** receives a 15% discount on registration. email us for the code at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
Overnight lodging on the property is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis however
reservations are required. See the options listed below.
Reservations can be made by contacting the Lincoln Heritage Council directly at 502-361-2624 and
asking for Susie or by emailing Susie at Susie.email@example.com. All fees will be paid directly to the
Boy Scouts in advance of the event.
Staff Cabin $25/night
This is a small cabin, approximately 8’x10’ that has two bunk beds to accommodate up to 4 people.
Campers must bring their own bedding and air mattress. Electricity is provided but the cabins are not
Adirondack Cabin $15/night
This is a three-sided shelter 10’ x 12’ that has four bunk beds and accommodates up to 8 people. The
open front has a curtain. Campers must bring their own bedding and air mattress. No electricity
available. No heat.
Tent Camping $10/night
Space will be available for those who want to set up their own tent and supply all of their own gear.
There is no access to electricity in this site.
RV Parking $10/night
Space can be made available for RV parking near the race site but approximately a mile from the race
HQ. No hooks ups for sewer, water or electric would be available. No restrooms.
Showers and restrooms will be available but due to possible freezing temperatures, these may not be
close to the camping sites. They are however within a 5-10 minute walk. Pit toilets will be available
throughout the camp.
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