About the Run

The Denton Hog Wild Mud Run is not just another 5-K race, it is Crazy Fun in the Mud!

It is definitely not for the weak of heart, but with the help of your team-mates, anyone can do it. Walk, sprint, or get dragged through the mud by your team-mates as you navigate the obstacles and finish this amazing race.

This event is a great team-building activity. Both 2-Person and 4-Person teams will be competing in the mud. So gather your co-workers, neighbors or fellow students and sign up for funnest time you’ll ever have in the mud. For those who can’t muster a team together, individual racers can still participate. There will be prizes for the top male team, female team, and coed team, as well as the top individual male and top individual female.

This 3.1 mile (5K) course has more than 20 challenging obstacles to go over, under, and through. When through, stay around to enjoy music, food, and drinks. Come “get filthy!” with us!

Sign up at least 2 weeks before race day and you will receive a really awesome clean Tee Shirt.

Times (unofficial) will be recorded and posted onsite after the race. (No time chips will be used). That’s a good thing for most participants. Teams must stay together and finish together if they wish to post a team time and qualify for a prize.

Bragging rights are at stake, so put your office team together and challenge your competition. All of the area High Schools are invited to mud-it-up and show whose got the mud-swag going.


  • Choose YOUR run package!

  • Race Day Price

    Cash or check only at the event sign-in table

  • Individual

  • $60


  • Two Runner Team

  • $55

    per runner

  • Four Runner Team

  • $55

    per runner

Online registration is now closed. You may purchase more tickets at the event registration table before the race.

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Event Details

Race Day

The gates open at 8:30 on April 5th, 2014


$10 per car… pile in!


10:00 – Competitive Wave (Individual competitive racers followed by competitive teams). These runners typically run a 6 minute mile or better.

10:20 –11:30 Teams and individual racers will start at prescribed intervals on a first-come first-serve basis following the competitive waves. Waves will leave every 20 minutes. You will sign-up for a start time when you check in at the registration desk. Plan to arrive between 9:00am – 10:30am.

11:30 – Youth racers. Racers under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the course. This person must be a registered runner and should plan to be with the child under 12 throughout all elements of the course (yes, in the mud). No racers under the age of 6 will be allowed.

Plan to stay and visit Sharkarosa Wildlife Park after the run. Half-price tickets will be available at the run registration table.


FREE… bring ‘em all! (Remember $10 per car). Bring chairs to sit on while you watch the runners tackle the various obstacles!

Location Map/Directions

Directions are to the parking near Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch, where Denton’s newest Mud Run Course lives. View the map below. The course is located at 1300 S. Washington St, Pilot Point, TX 76258, just behind Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch.

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Course Map

Mud Run Course Map

Benefiting Denton Calvary Academy Rebuilding Fund

This year, Denton Hog Wild Mud Run is proud to support Denton Calvary Academy. Proceeds go to Denton Calvary Academy, a 501(C) non-profit, to replace the two buildings that recently burned down and raise necessary funds for the senior class.


The photos will be on the FACEBOOK PAGE during/shortly-after the event.
Pictures will be available to view and download following the race.

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