The Muddy River Run event includes a 10K/5K competitive Run, 2K Fun Run/Walk. All funds raised from this event will remain in the area serving the citizens of Chatham-Kent.
VON would be grateful if you helped promote a healthier community by being part of our Muddy River Run Event. By coming on board as a participant, by spreading the word or by sponsoring a participant in the Muddy River Run, you will show the residents of Chatham-Kent that you care about their health and well being. With your support we can educate our citizens on the benefits of physical activity.
Race packets can be picked up race morning at the starting line.
Pickup and late registration will open at 8:30am.
$5 late fee for all events after the deactivation date (April 17th midnight) through race date.
Race Start Times:
10K Run/Walk 10:00 am
5K Run/Walk 10:20 am
2K Fun Run/Walk 10:30
(Family Rate: The first two oldest family members pay the normal rate, others will be registered free. All family members must live at the same address. If you register your family on-line, register only the two oldest on-line and the others on the day of the event or mail in registration forms)
All participants will receive a FREE T-Shirt!
Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, Youth M, Youth L
There is no guarantee for T-Shirt sizes for registrants after April 17th.
Proceeds from this event will go to VON Chatham-Kent programs and services.
From Windsor – take HWY. 401 East towards London. Take Chatham Exit 81 and head north on Bloomfield Road. to Riverview Drive.
From Toronto or London – Take Hwy. 401 West and take Chatham Exit 81. Head north on Bloomfield Road to Riverview Drive.
Parking available at St. Clair College HealthPlex, 1001 Grand Ave. W
The Muddy River Run brings you along the scenic Thames River. Enjoy the winding, flat, paved road that runs between the Thames River and Chatham-Kent farm land. Temperatures may vary at this time of year and it may rain, so come prepared to enjoy a Spring day in Chatham! Along the route there are beautiful homes owned by Chatham residents that back onto the river, so let’s be respectful of their land and help promote a clean and green race.