OROVILLE, Calif. - For the fifth year in a row, Lord's Gym hosted their free kid's Mud Run in Oroville.
It's a military obstacle race where kids can run, climb, splash and tunnel through each course.
Lord's Gym is a non-profit and volunteer-run gym that aims to give back to the community.
The founder told Action News Now she began the mud run to promote fitness and health from an early age.
"We just really care about kids exercising, kids being healthy and we want them to have fun while doing it and if you look out here, all these kids have smiles on their faces and that's what it's all about," said Danielle Devine, the founder of the mud run.
Over 2200 kids from Butte County took part in the run with many being a part of the Camp Fire.
Children were recognized throughout the day, receiving capes to fit this year's superhero theme.
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