Are the rumors true? Does Sasquatch live at the Dry Creeks Preserve? Come find out for yourselves at the Sasquatch Scurry 5k & Kid’s Run. We have been told that he will be lurking in the trees…And might even be around for some pictures afterwards.
All entrants receive:
Sasquatch Scurry Event Shirt
Sasquatch Scurry Hat (must sign up before January 15th)
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine Finisher’s Beer (21+)
Sasquatch Finishers Medals for all Kids (12 & Under)
Chip Timed (5k)
Dry Creek Preserve is a 152-acre former gravel quarry located just northwest of Lemon Cove.
This nature preserve, now fully restored, is the first example of an ecologically-based aggregate mine reclamation in Tulare County. It is also home to SRT’s native plant nursery.
The combination of biological and environmental conditions that give rise to the sycamore alluvial woodland community occurs only rarely. While the California sycamore is not an uncommon species, the sycamore alluvial woodland is only found in just 17 stands scattered across central California. The community at Dry Creek is ranked third in size and health of all the remaining stands.