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Caveman Adventure Run

Caveman Information

CAVEMAN 5k Obstacle Run Course
Sunday, October 3rd
8 a.m.
Maribel County Park  (close to Manitowoc, Wi)
Maribel, WI 54227

The Caveman Run 5k is full of challenging and fun obstacles located at one of the most historical parks in Wisconsin, Maribel County Park. The park offers caves, a playground, a picnic area, and hiking and biking trails. A picnic shelter with bathrooms is located in the picnic area. The beauty of the area made it a popular tourist destination as it also has real caves.

This is a family event which features 1/2 mile obstacle course for kids which parents can run with their child to support them. You will love the obstacles and photo op with Willy the Woolly Mammoth. Enjoy a feast of paleolithic and regular plain ol' food.

Paleolithic Individual 
Flintstones- Team of 2-4
Tribe-  Team of 5 or more 
Kids- 1/2 Mile Obstacle Course (10 and under)

First wave-  Paleolithic Individual  8 a.m.
Second wave- Flintstone Teams 8:15 a.m.
Third wave- Flintstone Teams 8:30 a.m.
Fourth wave- Tribe Teams 8:45 a.m.
Fifth wave-  Tribe Teams 9:00 a.m.                                                          Sixth wave- Tribe Teams 9:15 a.m.                                                        Seventh wave- Same Day Registrants 9:30 a.m.

Your wave placement is on a first serve, first come basis.  Register early if you would like an early time start. Team captains must register first and must have a team name. They can then register everyone or each Team member can register themselves with the team name, after the captain registers. Be sure to arrive 30- 45 minutes before your start time.

If you would want to do the event with a child in any of the categories, you may do so as long as you accompany them. 15 and older do not need to be accompanied.

Adults can accompany their child on the 1/2 Mile Kid's Obstacle Course if they like.

Everyone will receive a shirt, goody bag and food after the event.  Awards will be given to the top overall female and male individual and top team in each wave.


We are grateful for volunteer support, which gives participants the best experience on race day.  We have many volunteer options leading up to the race and on September 15th. 

If you're interested in helping out, please email Becky Rice: Let her know which position you would like to help with and your contact information. Thank you!



Parking is free and easy.  Volunteers will direct you to park on the grass at the park entrance or in the field across from the park.

Wear shoes and clothes you may not want to keep. Water to rinse off will be provided.  We will provide Bag and Tag which is a secure service to check in any belongings like clothes, wallets or phones. Wear running, hiking or some kind of solid shoes. 

Lakeshore Community Health Center is the beneficiary. They provide access to comprehensive, integrated health care, regardless of ability to pay, eliminating health disparities among the under served.