The Search for Bigfoot


King's Mountain Point Picnic Pavilion

789 NC HWY 24/27 East

New London, NC 28127

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Come join us for the second annual Search for Bigfoot Adventure Race in Uwharrie National Forest.  


This is part of the NC Outdoor Festival.  This race will be duos only this year and will be very similar to The Amazing Race on CBS (well sort of).  Teams will ride their mountain bikes, cyclocross bike or anything with wheels and pedals (sorry, no e-bikes).  


There will be multiple check points you have to find and then complete a task before you can move on.  The whole race will be 25 miles or less and will have a cutoff time.  Sound like fun?  We certainly hope so.

PRIZES:  Prizes for winners and swag bags for everyone who participates courtesy of the NC Outdoor Festival.
FESTIVITIES:  After the race we invite you to visit the NC Outdoor Festival in Troy, NC.  There will music, food, vendors and lots of fun things to do.

CLASSES:  10 am Start
Duo Male
Duo Female

Spare tubes
CO2 Cartridges
Water and snacks
We will provide limited neutral support for breakdowns. 


From the north: get onto NC Hwy 109 South (near Denton) and take it south toward Troy. Cross over NC Hwy 49 and continue south approximately 8 miles into the community of Eldorado and turn right onto Mullinix Road (State Road 1154). There is a big brown sign directing people to the Badin Lake Recreation Area. Take Mullinix Road to the stop sign and turn right onto Forest Road 544 (McLean's Creek Rd); continue to stop sign and turn right onto Forest Road 597 (Badin Lake Road); take the first left onto Forest Road 597A and continue on this road following signs for the picnic area and the picnic pavilion is on the hill opposite the entrance to the day use area. From the south: get onto NC Hwy 109 North (near Troy) and take it north toward the community of Uwharrie. Continue north approximately 3 miles and take the 2nd left after you cross over the Uwharrie River onto Mullinix Road (State Road 1154). Then follow the directions described above from Mullinix Road.