|Busted Knuckle Brewery|
|Dale Plumbing & Heating|
|Raiders Quick Stop|
|B S Central/Home of the B S Buzz|
|First Community Bank|
|Pehlke's Furniture & Floor Coverings|
|Helland Law Firm, PLLC|
|Jeff Cole Insurance|
|Town and Country Furniture|
|Reynolds Market, Bakery and Deli|
|Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital|
|Cottonwood Inn and Suites|
|D & G Sports and Western|
|Big Valley Water|
|Expressions in Thread/Head to Toe Total Care|
|Lakeridge Lodging & Bait Shop|
The races begin with the 10k run that will cross 1.8 miles of the Fort Peck Dam.
The 5k run/walk begins at the top of Fort Peck Dam, which participants are bused to the start, and will go down a gravel road for approximately 1K and finish at Kiwanis Park.
The ever so popular one mile walk/run will be will be on the Nature Trail at Kiwanis Park, which is a flat course that is paved. This Course is perfect for all ages and is very fun for the whole family. New this year we have added a non-competitive 1 mile walk/run. This race will be on the nature trail in Kiwanis Park, while the competitive 1 mile walk/run will be out on the HWY in front of Kiwanis Park. The bike route begins will also begin at the east end of the Fort Peck Dam.
The novice bike route is an out and back course over flat terrain for approximately 10 miles, and finishes at Kiwanis Park. The bike course has flaggers in the front and rear to ensure safety on the road.
This year we have once again hired Competitive Timing out of Whitefish, MT to time each event, with the exception of the non-competitive 1 mile walk/run. Each race participant will have a timing tag to ensure more timely and accurate results. All races are assisted by FMDH EMT’s, local law enforcement, the Montana Army National Guard and dozens of volunteers.
Registration is $25.00 for each participant and $5.00 for each additional event. Participants 10 years old and younger the fee is $10.00. Runners can sign up online at runsignup.com. The first 75 entries will receive a free ticket for the Saturday June 17th performance of Arsenic and Old Lace at the Fort Peck Summer Theatre. Fort Peck offers other activities for families and visitors, fishing, the Fort Peck Interpretive Center, Warm Water Multi-Species Fish Hatchery, swimming and watchable wildlife tours.