For more information regarding volunteering at any of our events, please contact Brian Thomas at
(262) 925-0300 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kenosha Running Company is humbled and thankful to announce that all military veterans, active serviceman, and their spouses will be able to run/walk all of our 2018 events for FREE. If you are a veteran active serviceman, or a spouse, please email us (email@example.com) or call (262) 925-0300 to receive a discount code for the FREE entry. Please note, you will have to show your military ID at packet pick up.
If you are not involved in the military, please consider a donation to the military program so it will be maintainable and sustainable for many years to come. Donations may be made online with your race registration to the XCT Military Program or simply mail your check (made out to Kenosha Running Company) to KRC, P.O. Box 126, Kenosha, WI 53141.
(part of the XC Thrillogy Trail Series)
Nightcrawlers Trail Adventure
Couple: $57.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
Guest Fee: $7.00
(allows non-running/walking friends and family to eat and drink event-provided food & drinks)
Same Day Registration:
Couple: $73.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
Who is afraid of the dark? Not us!
This unique night trail run/walk event takes place at Silver Lake Park in Silver Lake, WI. Runners and walkers will have the ability to explore the park from a completely different perspective, the DARK! Walkers can enjoy a 2.5 or 5 mile walk in the woods, while runners have 2.5 , 5.0, 7.5, or 10 mile options.
After you have tamed your fears (and if you haven't been carried away by the things that go bump in the night), enjoy sharing your tales of the night.
In order to safely navigate the trails and to return to us safely, all runners/walkers are required to wear either a headlamp or have Knuckle Lights (you can purchase when you sign up for the race online or in person). The trail will be well marked with reflective marking and "tricky" areas will be illuminated by ground lanterns.