at Old Settlers Park
Kenosha Running Company donates a portion of every
entry fee for this purpose.
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.
Couple: $52.00 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: $68.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
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
Wir gehen heute Oktoberfest 5K+. Hast Du auch Bock?
Dust of your dirndl or don your lederhosen and help us kick off Oktoberfest as only runners and walkers truly can!
Presented by Kenosha County Parks and County Executive Jim Kreuser, the Oktoberfest 5K+ run/walk event is the perfect way to celebrate the start of fall and your new-found German heritage!
This is a scenic and challenging 5k + road course will wind its way around the neighborhoods surrounding Paddock Lake and leads you back to the start of the Oktoberfest party! Unique swag and German food and festivities highlight this fall event.
This is a welcoming event for all abilities and is dog friendly.
A portion of the proceeds for this event will benefit Old Settler's Park Band Shell project.
The purpose of the Old Settlers' Park Band Shell project is to build a permanent shelter where bands, music groups and other performers showcase their talents.
Noting the success of the downtown Kenosha bandshell, and no similar structure in Western Kenosha County, the nonprofit organization believes the addition can enliven the Village of Paddock Lake and surrounding communities. The Old Settlers' Oktoberfest board are targeting completion of the the band shell within the next 5 years.