Get ready for pumpkins!
Thanks to everyone that joined us for the 17th annual Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College on October 22, 2022. Stay tuned for updates on next year’s race!
Lace up your running shoes and get ready for northern Minnesota’s oldest Halloween-themed race!
We invite runners and walkers will register to participate and make the Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K the fun and successful event as in previous years. The Pumpkin Run & Walk is open to all interested runners and walkers.
Participants are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes or wear orange clothing to celebrate the theme of the race.
The 2022 Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K was Saturday, October 22, 2022. Registration is now closed. For results, visit GSEtiming.com.
Registration costs for the 2022 Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K:
- On or before 10/14: $20
- Starting 10/15: $25
- On or before 10/14: $12
- Starting 10/15: $25
Every participant will receive a long sleeve shirt with their registration.
The 17th annual Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K started at 10:00am on Saturday, October 22. Stay tuned for updates on next year’s race!
The Pumpkin Run & Walk 5-kilometer race course. The course will be the same as previous years of the Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K.
No strollers, roller skates, skateboards, baby joggers or pets are allowed on the race course.
Limited free parking is available on campus at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. Overflow parking is available at Hilltop Park.
Packet pickup will be the morning of the race at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.
Photos from past Pumpkin Run & Walk 5K races are available on the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Facebook page.
2022 Pumpkin Run & Walk Photos
2021 Pumpkin Run & Walk Photos
Thanks for your interest and question about the Pumpkin Run.
For more information about the Pumpkin Run & Walk, contact Taylor Warnes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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