The 7th annual Salinas Valley Turkey Trot Run/Walk 5k will take place at 9AM on Thanksgiving Day. This is an event for the whole family! Race route is a scenic 3.1 mile loop with moderate elevation change. Dogs and strollers are welcome!
Registration fee for ages 10 & older - $35 by 11/20/17; $40 on race day. Kids 9 & under are FREE and do not need to register.
Overall male and female first place finishers will receive a $50 cash prize. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals will be awarded in all age/gender divisions. Pre-registered, PAID participants will receive a complimentary tech shirt & finishers medal. Participating children will receive race medallions, but no t-shirt.
Proceeds benefit the Compass Church youth ministry program. Come out and support a great cause!
Event details and schedule
NOW THROUGH 11/20/17:
Registration fee is $35 for ages 10 & older (includes finishers medal & technical t-shirt)
THURSDAY, 11/23/17 (THANKSGIVING DAY):
Registration fee is $40 for ages 10 & older (includes finishers medal & technical t-shirt pending availability - tshirts are limited, please arrive early or PRE-REGISTER for best selection)
8:00AM: Packet Pickup for pre-registered participants
8:00AM: Race Day Registration opens at Toro Regional Park (Badger Flats Picnic Area)
9:00AM: Race Start
Parking will be available inside the gates of Toro Regional Park FREE OF CHARGE. Donations are welcome to help cover expenses!
This is a fundraising event for a non-profit organization; we have a strict no refund policy. Please take this into consideration before registering.
THE SALINAS VALLEY TURKEY TROT 5K WILL TAKE PLACE RAIN OR SHINE!
2017 race registration is open.
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