Once you’ve gotten your morning workout in, check out the annual Krawl’n For the Fallen event from 12:00 to 3:00. This off-road enthusiast event raises awareness and honors fallen police officers. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Concerns of Police Survivors, which provides resources for the families of fallen police officers. If you’re not an off-road aficionado, there’s still plenty to enjoy at this charitable event, including food, trail riding, demonstrations, raffles and specialty classes — plus a kid’s zone to keep the little ones entertained.
After a day of hiking, biking and off-roading, you’re sure to have worked up an appetite. So head back to your hotel to freshen up for dinner and experience Clay County’s variety of restaurants. If your tastebuds prefer global fare, Spice in Middleburg serves up American, German, Indian and Thai cuisine — even fusing some flavors together for an intercontinental experience. For more of a nightlife atmosphere, relax with a pint of local craft beer at Brewer’s Pizza, home to the award-winning Pinglehead Brewing Co.’s handcrafted beer.