If you happen to find yourself in Southern Oregon on the Fourth of July, there are two great small town races to check out!
The 41st Annual Ashland, Oregon 4th of July run offers you two options to choose from: a 2 mile fun run or a 10k run – both routes offer great views, with the 10k running along the tree-lined Bear Creek Greenway, and are fast and quick on closed roadways. All ages are welcome and both races are chip-timed. This race is put on by the Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission and is a fundraiser for the Ashland and Phoenix High School cross country teams. Following the race, an awards ceremony will take place at noon at the Start/Finish line. All age group winners will receive a gift; all finishers will receive a ribbon! Be sure to stick around for all the rest of the 4th of July activities throughout the entire day!
What: Ashland 4th of July run Race Info!
Where: Ashland Library, 410 Siskiyou Blvd
When: Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 – Race Start for both races 7:45am
- $10 Kids 12 and under
- $20 adults
Presented by the Southern Oregon Runners Club, the Eagle Point Independence Fun Run in Eagle Point, Oregon is a quaint and patriotic run through and around the small town. There is a 1 mile or 5k option available and both are chip timed. At the finish line, partake in some refreshments and see if you won from the race entry raffle. Awards are given for winners by age group and overall!
What: Eagle Point Independence Fun Run Race Info!
Where: Main Street of Eagle Point, Oregon
When: Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at 8am
- Pre race registration: $7 Kids under 17; $20 adult
- Race day registration: $25 Adults and Kids