Reg questions (need to change to a different distance, wrong birthday, etc.): firstname.lastname@example.org
Results questions / updates: email@example.com
For those entering the USATF Championships only: If you didn't have your USATF # upon registering, please email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, due to Hurricane Harvey the course is modified. But great news, we figured out a 25 mile route!
We are also donating a percentage of your race reg to the park for continued re-construction efforts needed, so bring your friends!
2018 Rocky Raccoon 100 has been selected as a qualifying race for the 2019 Western States 100. Runners who complete Rocky Raccoon in 30 hours will qualify to enter a lottery where the field for Western States will be selected.
We are also proud to once again host the 100 mile USATF National Trail Championships.
Any American may enter the USATF Nat'ls, but you do not have to in order to compete in, and enjoy the race.
Please click here for USATF mandatory info.
$4,000 prize purse, provided by USATF South Texas!
$1,000 to anyone who breaks the male or female fastest known time for 100 miles on trail.
(current FKT = Male, 12:44:33, Ian Sharman / Female, 12:42:41, Camille Herron)
Also, please note, this park will require all who enter to pay a certain cash fee to enter the park. That fee will be good for the entire weekend. State Park Passes are honored at this park for Special Event Weekends. Tejas Trails does not keep any of this money. Even though it's a requirement, please consider it a cool way to support an amazing Texas Park, and the park's staff to maintain a very special set of trails!
Known as the perfect trail running course for veteran runners wanting a 100mile P.R., as well as the perfect race for rookie ultra runners wanting a good setup to accomplish their goal. Expect frequent and incredible aid station support all day and night. Generous cut-offs. A fun atmosphere for family, friends, and awaiting crew members with 5 x 20mile beautiful loops around the lake, over wooden bridges, and through the tall pines. Gently undulating trails on a bed of pine needles. Don't let the name fool you, you don't have to worry about rocks on this course, but keep your eyes on the tree roots grabbing at your feet.