A unique experience to run the trails of historic Camp Arrowhead in Marshfield, MO. Founded in 1924, Camp Arrowhead is one of the oldest Scout camps West of the Mississippi River, and home to summer resident camp opportunities for Scouts, volunteers and their families in the Ozark Trails Council. They tell their Scouts, “No Running in Camp!” but on race day they are going to encourage it! To recognize the year the Camp was founded, 1924, they will offer a 24K Trail Run option, along with a 12K and 6K options.
Campsites are free to registered runners to camp Friday night, with cabins available for purchase. Awards ceremony at the conclusion of the 24K with post-race snacks, drinks, runner swag, race medals and divisional winner plaques.
All proceeds to benefit the Ozark Trails Council and its over 7,300 youth in Southwest, Missouri. The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
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