St. Lucie County Brings Back the Osprey Trail Sept. 1
ST. LUCIE COUNTY (treasurecoast.com) -After a long-awaited return, the Osprey Trail Run is back for its second year. Hosted by the St. Lucie County Environmental Resources Department in partnership with a dedicated volunteer planning committee, this 25K and 8K race is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11 at the 94-acre George LeStrange Preserve located at 4911 Ralls Road, Fort Pierce.
The Osprey Trail Run is a 2.5-mile loop-based trail race that takes runners around a serene fishing lake, down along 10 Mile Creek and through various terrain that includes technical single track winding trails, hard-packed gravel, canopied hammocks, oxbows, hills and low-lying flatlands. Other features include aid stations, portable restrooms, specialized swag items and customized shirt and design options.
Are you a trail novice? This is your chance to get your shoes a little dirty while experiencing one of St. Lucie County’s best kept secrets. For more information and to register go to RuntheOsprey.com, use the promo code “Trail2021” through Aug. 5 to save 10 percent on registration.
The net proceeds will benefit the Environmental Resources Department to reinforce awareness, knowledge and stewardship of our natural resources.