42nd Annual Douglasville Moonlight Run
WHEN & WHERE
October 23, 2021
Douglasville Conference Center
6700 Church St
Douglasville, GA 30134
Offering a variety of distances, from a tot trot for the little guys, to 1 mile for school age children, and a 5K through the streets of downtown Douglasville, this race has something for everyone...and it's in the dark! This is one of the largest after-dark runs in the Southeast, with approximately 2,000 participants. The race features a chip-timed USATF certified 5K course. Your finish time for the 5K event can be used as a qualifying time for seeding in the Peachtree Road Race.
For your safety and the safety of others, strollers, roller blades, skateboards, animals and headphones are not allowed on the course.
Event details and schedule
5K $30 (after Oct. 15 - $35)
Youth One Mile (12 & Under) $15 (after Oct. 15 - $20)
Tot Trot (5 and under) $10 (after October 15 - $15)
Please note: Entries received after Oct. 15th cannot be guaranteed a t-shirt and sizes may be smaller or larger than expected. Race Day registrants not guaranteed a t-shirt.
Registration closes Friday October 15th or by mail and MUST be received by Saturday October 16th.
Tot Trot (5 and under) - 7:30pm
Youth One Mile (12 & under) - 8:00pm
5K - 8:30pm
AWARDS 5k Run
Overall Masters male/female
Overall Grand Masters male/female
Top 3 males and females in fifteen age groups from 10 and under through 75+.
Overall Fire Fighter wearing full turn-out gear and B/A
Overall Law enforcement officer running in full S.W.A.T. gear
5K Awards ceremony begins at 9:30 p.m. in the Conference Center and awards will not be mailed.
RACE Day Registration & Packet Pick-up
Race day registration & packet pick-up will be located in the Douglasville Conference Center beginning at 3pm (individuals who arrive early will be asked to return at 3pm) and closing at 8:30pm.
Douglas County Boys & Girls Club and DCRR.
A health fair will be held at the Douglasville Conference Center in conjunction with the race from 3pm until 8:30pm. The fair will feature booths with local health-related organizations.