Saturday, September 30, 2017
Petrifying Springs Park, Kenosha, WI
(Hwy. 31 between Hwy. A and Hwy. E, 4 miles east of I-94)
The Pike River Trail Run & Walk will start like a cross country meet and then you will experience single track, rocks, roots, water and hills! Some running will be on a paved bike path, golf course, groomed trails and single track rugged trails. You will cross/run through the Pike River two times (you have the option of running/walking around the water and using the bridge) throughout the 6.5 miles. The Trail Walk will follow the same trail as the runners for about 1 mile, you will then be on some of the best walking trails in Southeast Wisconsin. The trees will be bursting with Fall colors and if you like bring your camera/smart phone for some great pictures and selfies!
This event is part of the Kenosha County Fall Wheel Ride presented by Kenosha County Parks and Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser which includes a 5.8 mile and 2.3 mile bike rides starting from Simmons Island and Bose Elementary School and finishing at Petrifying Springs Park. The finish of the Fall Wheel Ride and Pike River Trail Run & Walk is at Shelter One where everyone can enjoy the great food, drinks and other fun activities. Visit www.kenoshacounty.org/publicworks/parks or call Kenosha County Parks at 262-857-1869 for complete information on the day's bike event.
For any questions on the Pike River Trail Run & Walk, call 262-925-0300 or email email@example.com.
Pike River Trail Run/Walk
Couple: $55.00 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: $60.00 husband/wife, parent/minor child, partner/partner (same household)
This is a
Kenosha County Parks
for trail maintenance
Kenosha Running Company donates a portion of every
entry fee for this purpose.
“The mission of the Kenosha County Parks Division is to provide accessible, diverse venues throughout the County that encourage the pursuit of healthy, recreational and educational outdoor activities while promoting the preservation of our community’s natural resources. The Parks Division collaborates with partners to optimize the benefits of developing and maintaining a robust, regionally recognized park system.”
For more information regarding volunteering, please contact
Brian Thomas at
(262) 925-0300 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Event RESULTS
-- Overall Race Results
2015 Event RESULTS
-- Overall Race Results