2017 Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon | Houston

Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon

Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon
Date March 17, 2017
Distance 5k, Half-marathon, Marathon
Course Type Trail

Race Information

The Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon is actually a weekend long distance running festival! Choose from Saturday's 5K or Half Marathon, and Sunday's full Marathon or Half Marathon.

The race is held on the Seabrook nature trails surrounded by a diverse habitat of both fresh and salt marsh, the coastline of the Galveston Bay, wetlands, and wild-life and bird sanctuaries. The course consists of crushed granite surface. In addition to participating in a single race, runners can enter one of the challenges by finishing two races. This popular event has been known for its enthusiastic volunteers, great goodie bag and awesome post-race party.

Course Information

The race is held on the Seabrook nature trails. The course consists mainly of crushed granite surface. Starting at Meador Park, proceeding to Pine Gully Park and returning to Meador Park. The first mile, approximately, will be on city streets. These streets will be closed to vehicle traffic for 30 minutes. The remainder of the course is run on the Seabrook trails which are open to the public. There will be police crossing guards at the three main street crossings (E. Meyer, Red Bluff, and Todville) Please use caution when crossing all streets and be courteous to the residents of the neighborhood.

The race starts at Rex Meador Park, 2100 Meyer Rd, Seabrook TX 77586.


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