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Run or Walk - Come Join our Flock!

2024 Rotary Turkey Trot Run  - Sunday Oct 20, 2024

Celebrate Fall in beautiful Bronte Creek Provincial Park.  Runners and walkers can challenge the flat and fast trail in the morning, and then stay for a relaxing day in the park. This year’s event features medals for all Runners, fresh pancakes and a park scavenger hunt for families.

Running & Walking Events:

  • 5K & 10K - Chip-timed runs

  • 1K Fun Run - Families and kids

  • 5K Walk - Dogs are welcomed!

 

 

Key Times:

  • 9:30 Registration Opens 

  • 11:00 Start of 10K and 5K Timed Runs

  • 11:05 Start of 5K Walk

  • 12:00 Start of 1K Fun Run

Fees - Adults

  • 10K Run - Timed: $55   ($60 on Race Day)

  • 5K Run - Timed: $55   ($60 on Race Day)

  • 5K Walk - Not Timed: $40  ($45 on Race Day)

  • 1K Fun Run: $20

Fees - Students (18 and under): 

  • 10K Run - Timed:  $30

  • 5K Run - Timed:  $30

  • 5K Walk - Not Timed:  $20

  • 1K Fun Run - Not Timed:  $20


Please be sure to arrive at least 1 hour before your event if you plan to register on Race Day. 

Unfortunately, Bronte Creek Provincial Park has changed their policy towards supporting large events. They no longer allow free entry to the park for major events. Admittance to Bronte Creek Provincial Park is charged on a per vehicle basis. There is no per person charge and no charge for walking or cycling in.

 

  • Seasonal Pass Holders: Free  

  • Daily Vehicle Permit: $18.00

  • Senior Permit (65+): $14.50

  • Ontario Accessible Parking Permits ( APPs ): $9.00

  • Bus Permit: $62.50

All participants are asked to go to Parking Lot "F" after entering the Park . This lot is located close to the Breckon Shelter where race registration takes place, and is found at the south end of the park. A map of the park can be found here: https://www.ontarioparks.com/park/brontecreek/maps

* pending final approval of Bronte Creek Provincial Park 

Early Bird Bonus ends soon!

Register by June 30th to get a FREE Race Day Park Entry Pass to Bronte Creek Provincial Park!

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