Date(s) - 06/17/2017
Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, VA
Website: Luray Swim Fest
Lake Arrowhead Park is a fantastic place to race. A beautiful park where the staff and community LOVE TEAM Z! A great place to bring the family and dog.
There are showers and facilities. There is a nice playground and a bunch of shelters should there be a weather issue.
The Swim Fest is a race and the chance to practice
Swim Fest at Luray is a Swim Competition that offers three race distances. Modeled after the popular Swim Fest at Fort Ritchie this swim competition features a fun and competitive open water swimming opportunity.
You can combine distances as they will not overlap.
You will be eligible for podium awards for each race you enter.
Combining all three races will total 4,500 meters (2.8 miles).
For those training for a Half Ironman, you can enter the 2,250 which is 1.4 miles. For those training for a Full Ironman you can enter the 1,500 and 2,250 for 2.33 miles or all three for 2.8 miles.
More about the Park and the Local Area
Located in Virginia’s famous Shenandoah Valley, Luray offers an impressive selection of recreational activities, major attractions, and cultural history.
Luray draws visitors to its bustling downtown, a registered National Historic District, where festivals, performing arts, paved walking trails, museums and monuments are accessible year round. Century- old buildings house antique, boutique, and outdoor stores.
A selection of locally owned and operated fine or casual eateries, are all within walking distance of B&B’s, inns and chain hotels.
Also home to historical sites and popular attractions dominated in natural beauty and wonder, Luray offers residents and visitors a unique experience of both Virginia’s delicately preserved past and commitment to a growing future. Luray is the county seat of Page County. Our town’s population is approximately 5,000. A small town rich in tradition and community, with people and business dedicated to cooperative improvements and enhancements.
Luray Downtown is the location of the overwhelming majority of our town’s cherished historical sites and points of interest. From Civil War-era landmarks, to restored properties dating back to the 1700s, to quaint shops, charming bed and breakfasts, and unique restaurants and cafes, Luray offers something for everyone. Downtown Luray is a Virginia Main Street Community managed by Luray Downtown Initiative, a nonprofit 501(c)3.