Lacamas Lake – July 27th, 2014

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Event Overview

The start and finish will be in downtown Camas the day following the big Camas Day’s Celebration. The beautiful and quaint downtown provides the perfect setting for this event. You’ll love it!

The course will have a hill at the start and then it’s flat running to the lake. The moderately challenging course picks up with the old course in that you’ll do a full loop around Lacamas Lake. This route eliminates two of the major hills from prior years and then provides for a very fast finish as you’ll run down Dallas drive into downtown Camas with a finish right in front of Liberty Theater.

After the event, enjoy great music and our beer garden, event sponsors and some amazing food vendors! Register and see why this event continues to grow and is viewed as one of the most beautiful half marathon courses in the region!

Headphones are allowed this year, but dogs will not be allowed on the course due to insurance restrictions. Thank you in advance for helping to make the Lacamas Lake Event safe and enjoyable!

For Parents

Don’t forget to bring your kids. Our kids’ 1K has doubled in size every year, helping to make our Lacamas Lake event a family affair! The courses are now Baby Jogger friendly.

Race Schedule

Half Marathon RUN – 7:30am
Half Marathon WALK – 7:35am (4-HOUR LIMIT)
5k Walk/Run – 8:00am
Kids 1K Dash – 10:00am
Awards at approximately 10:15am

Timing

This is a chip-timed event.

Aid

Six aid stations will be provided, on the half marathon course only. Participants can expect plenty of water, energy drink and small snacks at each aid station. The aid stations are roughly 2 miles apart. Aid stations at miles 5.25 and 11.50 will have restrooms available.

Transportation

Be green and carpool. This race is about 25 minutes from downtown Portland. FREE parking is available in and around Downtown Camas.

2014 Bakers Dozen Series

bakers-dozen.gifThe Bakers Dozen Series is comprised of 13 Half-Marathon events that are produced by Northwest-based organizations (AKA “Home Baked Miles”). These events give back to their local communities in numerous ways, including the support of local charities, children’s programs and high school sports programs, as well as health and fitness initiatives across the NW.