Climb, balance and splash through obstacles ranging from hay bales to mud pits in the Junior Adventure Challenge! The course is designed for youth 4-12 years old. Participants will receive an official finisher’s bandana and medal. Younger children will have a blast in the toddler “free play” area with bounce house, sand tables and more (under your supervision). After tackling the course, stay and enjoy the beauty of Chewacla State Park and a celebration pizza party for all participants.
Find the course at the top lawn of Chewacla State Park, 124 Shell Toomer Parkway, Auburn. Participants will receive a park map and directions. Park entry fee will be waived for participants. The finishers party will be held in the pavilion adjacent to the course.
Online registration requires one person of majority age to sign the waiver for the child. You will need to enter in a parent's date of birth before signing the waiver. For more than one registration within the same household, create a team by using your last name as the team name. At packet pickup time, we will be able to see your team registrations. Email email@example.com or post a message below with any questions.
All proceeds of the annual children’s obstacle course will be contributed to programs aimed at improving the health and wellness of Lee County’s children. In partnership with the Food Bank of East Alabama, the JLLC supports the Weekend Backpack Program. Founded in 2012, this program provides children from food insecure homes with a portion of their weekend nutritional needs.
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Thank you for your contribution and support.
Event schedule and times
9:00 a.m. - Registration (ages 4-12). Registration for children under 4 not required.
10:00 a.m. - First wave begins
**Additional waves continue by age approximately every 10 minutes.
11:00 a.m.—Finishers’ celebration - pizza party in pavilion - each pre-registered child receives one ticket for food (additional meal tickets $2)
**Please note, bandanas and medals are guaranteed to those who register by March 14.