Frog Hill Half Marathon

A Froggin’ Good Time!

October 6-7th 2023

Whether you are a seasoned half-marathoner, or recently began training for your first event, the Frog Hill Half-Marathon in Waynesville, Missouri is bucket list-worthy. Missouri is home to over 50 annual half-marathons but the Frog Hill Half stands out in the crowd. This challenging race is picking up steam and drawing more runners and their families. The 9th Annual Frog Hill Half Marathon and Tadpole10K will take place October 7, 2023 with the Leap Frog 5K at 6pm Friday, October 6, 2023.

Half Marathon 10K & 5k or Challenge

Your choice of 13.1 or 6.2 miles of fun in the Ozarks on Saturday morning, Oct 7th, and a chance to conquer “Superior Hill”!

Plan on attending the Leapfrog 5k Friday night, October 6th to get warmed up, and receive an additional medal! There are a variety of activities to fit any athletic ability – whether you are just starting out or seasoned and seeking a challenge. Complete the 5K on Friday then the 10K or Half on Saturday to get an extra medal and complete the challenge. This is a great 2-day fitness event from strollers to marathon runners!

Central Missouri

Waynesville, easily accessible from Interstate 44, is centrally located between Saint Louis and Springfield, Missouri, making travel to and from the Frog Hill Half a breeze.

Multiple events, for all skill levels, will be held throughout the two-day event.

Plan a Weekend Getaway!

Area amenities make the Frog Hill Half Marathon a destination. Arrive early and explore Pulaski County’s 33 miles of Route 66, shop the antique stores and gift boutiques, learn of the tragic tale of the Cherokee at Laughlin Park, and feast at unique dining spots. Stay Sunday and discover stunning scenery while kayaking the Big Piney or Gasconade River. Nearby Saint Robert has multiple lodging accommodations that will fit any budget, some even have hot tubs or pools to soothe that racing body!

Event Planner: Pulaski County Health Center – Healthy Futures Pulaski County – 573 433-6684

2023 Pulaski County Tourism Bureau Grant Awardee