Lace ’em up for a weekend of races and celebrations by the bay at the 2023 Seabrook Lucky Trails Celebration and Marathon at Meador Park from St. Patrick’s Day, Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 19, 2023.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Seabrook Lucky Trails Celebration kicks off this weekend with multiple distance events—from family fun races to a four-person relay race to more serious challenges for the most experienced runners.
The “Luckiest Marathon in Texas” offers a series of races spread out on each day, including Friday’s Kids K, two days of 5Ks and half marathons, a quarter-length and full marathon, plus a four-person relay race.
Most of the races are held on the Seabrook nature trails, with a crushed granite surface, surrounded by a diverse habitat of both fresh and salt marsh, the coastline of the Galveston Bay, wetlands, and wild-life and bird sanctuaries.
Serious runners have a chance to step it up during the Seabrook Lucky Trails Marathon by completing one of two multi-day challenges: the Pelican Challenge has runners compete in Saturday and Sunday’s half marathons, while the Trail Challenge pairs a full marathon on Saturday with a half marathon on Sunday.
Those that compete will come away with a special anniversary shirt and finishers medal, plus access to the lively after party that features a St. Patrick’s–themed costume contest, green beer, great food and a commemorative glass.
Learn more about the 2023 Seabrook Lucky Trails Marathon.
2023 Seabrook Lucky Trails Celebration & Marathon
- Dates: Friday, March 17 to Sunday, March 19, 2023
- Times: Friday 5:15pm; Saturday 6am to 2:15pm; Sunday 7:15am to 11:30am
- Location: Rex Meador Park, 2100 Meyer Rd, Seabrook, TX 77586
- Admission: Advance registration is closed, but in-person registration on packet pick-up day is $50 for 5K; $100 for Marathon and Half-Marathon; $200 for 4-person relay; $25 for Kids K. Registration fees increase on race day. Learn more.
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