Enjoy a 5k run and a rock show along San Diego's beautiful Mission Bay. Unleash your inner rock star and run and rock for great health. Register early to ensure a spot.
Rockin' Bay 5k Race Guide
Race Day Schedule
6:00 am – bib pick-up opens
7:30 am – 5k wave 1 start (timed runners)
8:00 am – 5k wave 2 start (timed runners/walkers)
7:30 -11 am – ROCKIN' party!
All participants must sign a paper waiver. To save time at packet pick-up and race day, please download, sign, and bring the waiver and a form of ID with you.
There are no refunds for this event, however you can transfer your bib to another person. There is a small transfer fee.
The Rockin' Bay 5K will start and finish at:
Tecolote Shores Park
1740 E Mission Bay Dr
San Diego, CA 92109
FROM I-5 & CLAIREMONT DR/MISSION BAY DRIVE
Exit Clairemont Drive/Mission Bay Drive and go west (toward the bay). Turn left on Mission Bay Drive. The race start is 1 mile down. Street parking and many lots are available on Mission Bay drive.
FROM I-5 & SEA WORLD DRIVE
Exit Sea World Drive and go west (toward Sea World). Turn right on Fiesta Island Road/Mission bay Drive. Park on Fiesta Island or on Mission Bay Drive. There is plenty of street parking and parking lots.
This event will take place unless for an unforeseen reason city officials deem it unsafe. In the event our race is cancelled, a reschedule date will be set and all entries will be transferred. We are sorry but no refunds will be given. No pets are allowed.
The Rockin' Bay 5K is for all ages. A race number is required for each person on the course, including children. Jogging strollers are allowed. All event aspects are subject to change without notification.
NOT allowed on the course: Pets, Bicycles, Rollerblades, or Skateboards.
There are no refunds, no exceptions. However, you can transfer your registration to someone else. Transfers can be done online.
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