Race Preview: 2018 Fall Creek Run Around (Lowell)

The 2018 Fall Creek Run Around will be held on April 28th this year at Winberry Park in Lowell. This Level 32 Racing event will offer you three distances to choose from: 20 Miles, a 15k, or a 5k.

All three distances will run against traffic and start at 10:00AM. The 15k will be a point to point course so runners will be shuttled out to the start at Cascara Campground at 9:35AM .. Don’t be late! Both the 5k and 15k will be entirely on pavement and the 20 Miler is on 75% paved and 25% hard paved dirt roads. All races will finish at Winberry Park and promise to be very scenic with rolling hills. Aid stations and portable toilets will be available. You can check out the course map here.

All entries will get you a breakfast burrito from Chula’s on Franklin Blvd and tech shirts will be available for purchase for $14.  The 20 Mile run is $40, the 15k is $30, and the 5k is $20 until April 28th. Costs will increase $10 on race day. There is a $5 discount to those 60 & over and 17 & under. Packet pick-up will be race day only at Winberry Park.

Come check it out!


What: 2018 Fall Creek Run Around 20 Mile/15k/5k

When: Saturday, April 28th, 2018 at 10:00AM (shuttle leaves Winberry Park at 9:35AM)

Where: Winberry Park – Fall Creek Reservoir, Lowell, OR

Register: Here. You can also register in person through 12:00PM on 3/27 at Run Hub NW (515 High St.) or Eugene Running Company (116 Oakway Center) or on race day from 8:15AM-9:45AM.

Registration Cost: $40 for 20 mile, $30 for 15k, $20 for 5k. Ages 60 & Over and 17 & Under deduct $5. Add $10 for all race day entries. Tech shirts can be purchased for an additional $14

Packet Pick-Up: Race Day at Winerry Park starting at 8:15AM

About Author

I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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