The Taylor County Farm Bureau is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating the community on the importance of agriculture and farmers to the local and national economy. This race will help allow us to continue educating the youth in our community through agriculture programs such as youth ag day, ag literacy reading program, and Taylor County 4H. Another goal Taylor County Farm Bureau hopes to accomplish by hosting this race is to expand future ag based programs for youth in our county.
The Warrior Creek 5k is being hosted at Perryland Farms. Race course will be a wonderful scenic route. Race will begin in one of the hay fields and trail runners into a large area of natural timber. On this beautiful and natural trail you will cross Warrior Creek in two locations. One of the crossing will be by floating bridge. Next, you will pass by Adams Cemetery that is located in the middle of the hayfield. This cemetry is rich in history and has head stones from the 1800s. Then you will come to a field with beautiful oak trees and pass by a pond. Finish line will be at the poultry barns and blueberry field. The race route might be muddy through the first part of the race if we have a rainy season this year.
All Adults & Students
$30.00Feb 24 - May 8
12 & UNDER
$15.00Feb 24 - May 8
- May 8 8:15 AM EDT - Early Packet Pickup
- May 9 7:00 AM EDT - Race Day Registration & Packet Pickup
- May 9 8:00 AM EDT - 5k Run & Walk - Start
- May 9 9:30 AM EDT - Awards Ceremony
- May 9 10:00 AM EDT - Kids Fun Run
- LaDonna LaValle
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