Darby Creek is the largest Metro Park with more than 7,000 acres of prairies, fields and forests, and more than 20 miles of riparian forest along the Big and Little Darby Creeks. The Darby creeks are noted nationally for their tremendous diversity and abundance of both aquatic and terrestrial plants and animals. More information on the park

WHEN: Saturday, August 27 at 9:00 a.m.  

WHERE: Battelle Darby Creek Metropark 1775 Darby Creek Drive Galloway, OH 43119  (Cedar Ridge Parking Area) PRE-REGISTRATION: If available, can be found HEREREGISTRATION:  We recommend you arrive at least one hour before the race to park, register and warm-up prior to the race start. 

FEES:

All Current Members Run for Free
(bring your membership card)
Non Members$0 for 14 and under
$2 for 15-19
$9 for 20-59
$5 for 60+

Members, you absolutely MUST present your membership card to be eligible for the member fees! No exceptions! Not an ORRRC Member? Click here to find out how to become a member and learn the benefits of membership.

AWARDS:
First Overall Male/Female, First Male/Female Masters (over 40), First Grand Master Male/Female (over 50), First Male/Female Senior (over 60) – Recipients of overall awards are not eligible for age group awards. Age group categories : 9 and under (non-competitive, all finishers are winners), 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & up.

RACE DIRECTOR(S):

  • Jimmy Little

DIRECTIONS:
Directions From Columbus:
From I-270 take the West Broad Street (U.S. 40) exit west. Go about 5 miles on Broad Street and turn left onto Darby Creek Drive. The Cedar Ridge parking area (race start/finish) entrance is the 2nd park entrance heading south about 3 miles from U.S. 40.

Directions From Dayton area:
Take I-70 East to the Rt. 142 (Exit 85). Go south (right at the ramp) about 1.5 miles to Broad St. (U.S. 40) and go east (left at the first light). Travel about 2 miles to Darby Creek Dr. and go south (right). The Cedar Ridge parking area (race start/finish) entrance is the 2nd park entrance heading south about 3 miles from U.S. 40.

VOLUNTEERS: Meet some new friends and have a great time while making a valuable contribution to the local running community by volunteering at this event. If you would like to help, please contact the race director(s) (below), and we’ll be sure to find a job for you!

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