Wildflower Triathlon

2019- CANCELLED

The Wildflower Triathlon, held at the Lake San Antonio Recreation Area, is really several separate, fiendishly difficult triathlon events, wrapped around a fun exposition and some great camping. The first event at the Wildflower Triathlon, held Saturday, is the "long course" event, also known as the "half-Ironman." The second, the "AquaBike Course," which includes everything but the running portion of a triathlon. The third, held Sunday, is an Olympic-distance triathlon. Other events include an On-Road Sprint, Off-Road Sprint, Paddle Board Races, 10K run and 5K run.  All take place on a rough, tough course that will test the mettle of any triathlete. At the Wildflower Triathlon, be prepared for hills, hills and more hills when you're not in the water.

The Sports Expo

Enjoy live music, great food, race clinics and a peek at the latest gear at the Wildlfower Triathlon Expo area! Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the expo sells all the equipment you need if you discover a last-minute lack. It's also a great place to enjoy the company of your fellow triathletes with festive events like wine tastings, a beer garden, wellness spa and yoga. 

Camping and Accommodations

Many attendees at the Wildflower Triathlon camp at Lake San Antonio. There are campsites on both the north and south shores, many with RV hookups. Visit the Wildflower Triathlon's website for full details on available campsites at Lake San Antonio. There are over 500 campsites to choose from, but they're first-come, first-served, so make sure to arrive early!

If you prefer the comfort of a room, click here for a list of hotels in nearby Bradley, Jolon and King City.

Learn More

The Wildflower Triathlon is organized by Tri-California. Visit their website to view course maps, get details, or register for the Wildflower Triathlon.

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