St. Lucie County Brings Back the Osprey Trail September 11

July 22, 2021

After a long-awaited return, the Osprey Trail Run is back for its second year. Hosted by the St. Lucie County Environmental Resources Department in partnership with a dedicated volunteer planning committee, this 25K and 8K race is scheduled for Saturday, September 11, 2021 at the 94-acre George LeStrange Preserve located at 4911 Ralls Road, Fort Pierce.

The Osprey Trail Run is a 2.5-mile loop-based trail race that takes runners around a serene fishing lake, down along 10 Mile Creek and through various terrain that includes technical single track winding trails, hard-packed gravel, canopied hammocks, oxbows, hills and low-lying flatlands. Other features include aid stations, portable restrooms, specialized swag items and customized shirt and design options.

Are you a trail novice? This is your chance to get your shoes a little dirty while experiencing one of St. Lucie County’s best kept secrets.

For more information and to register go to, use the promo code “Trail2021” through August 5th to save 10 percent on registration.

The net proceeds will benefit the Environmental Resources Department to reinforce awareness, knowledge and stewardship of our natural resources.