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April 13, 2019 October 12, 2019
The Hammer Race is an obstacle/terrain race in Southern MN. Part adventure race and part obstacle race, the Hammer Race is as much of a mental challenge as it is a physical one. You and your Hammer will be tested with 5+ miles of mud, obstacles, and rugged terrain. To participate in the Hammer Race, your Hammer must be a minimum of 8lbs and be carried throughout the entire course. You must cross the finish line with a Hammer to be considered a finisher, and may even need it to do so. So make sure you get to know your Hammer companion, and do not neglect it. Talk to it. Sleep with it. Keep it well groomed. Work to strengthen the bond, for you will need it to stay close and have no reason to wander off.
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Covid-19 and how it will be affecting the 2020 camping season at Bluff Valley. As of right now the Governor has the stay home order until April 10, 2020 which as you know is before the opening day of camping season.
After speaking with Wabasha county department of health we were informed as of right now there has not been an order to keep campgrounds closed past April 10. The Governor has recommended that everyone just stay home and not travel to cabins or campgrounds. Social distancing will still be in place after April 10. We will not offer any of our services until after May 1 at the earliest. This is to protect not only our customers but also our family and staff.
We do not have a prediction as to when we will for sure be open or if we can open. We have not been given any information sooner than it has been available to the general public.
Those who have previously reserved sites we will reach out to you at a later date about the credit or refund of money paid. (This includes seasonal campers.)
We ask that you please follow the CDCs and Governor’s guidelines for social distancing so that we can stop the spread so that we are hopefully able to enjoy all our favorite things to do in the summer months. Do not come to the property before April 10 Stay home to save lives.