Saturday September 10th, 2016
Registration and Packet retrieval begins at 1pm
The 1st Heat runs at 3pm (Heat placement based on arrival time)
The Last Heat leaves no later than 6pm
Registration is now OPEN! Click here to register!
Register at the Be Prepared! rates ($30 per runner) until August 31st, 2016
Register at the Hurry Up! rates ($40 per runner) until September 9th, 2016
There are a limited number of medals and tshirts available, so register before September 9th to guarantee that you have one on race day! Late registrants receive t-shirt/medal on a first-come, first-got basis.
Register at the Zombie Bait! rate ($50 per runner) from 1-4pm on race day in person
Onsite registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt or medal on Saturday, Zombie Run day.
Runners or spectators 15 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult at all times on and off the course.
Runners must be at least 10 years of age or older to participate.
Spectators are welcome to attend at no charge to cheer on the zombies! Brains! Brains! Wait a minute…that’s not right….
Registration as a runner entitles you to:
-a runner’s Rewards Bag that includes a commemorative race t-shirt and a completion medal;
-a ticket for 1 free drink at the after-party (water, soda, or beer);
-a ticket for the Opening Weekend of The Castle Halloween Festival September 30th & October 1st
-the enormous satisfaction you get from facing the zombie horde while contributing to a good cause
THE COURSE: Green Country has been infected and The Castle of Muskogee is overrun! Feed your adrenaline urge by facing off against the zombie horde, and then fleeing through the woods and Village on The Castle grounds as they pursue you and your tasty, tasty brains. Be ready to encounter obstacles and challenges! Serious runners will appreciate the rugged roads and trails on 60 acres of Castle land, and those of you out for a jaunt will marvel at the unique features of the site that you normally don’t get to experience! Mud, treacherous ravines, a hungry dragon, perilous woods filled with brain-chomping menace…FUN!!
Come dressed to escape…come prepared….train hard! Make it through the course with at least one life flag still attached and win the coveted “Survivor” medal. If you fail, and you lose your flags to hungry zombies, you are marked “Infected” (equally coveted in some circles)!
The course is about 3 miles long/5K and winds from The Castle out into the field, through the woods, and back into the Village. Along the way, you’ll be faced with hidden perils, challenging obstacles, and hungry zombies.
Outmaneuver the horde, keep your life flags attached, and make it to the safe zone where you’ll be lauded for your apocalypse-survival skills. You might be muddy, you might be sore, but you’ll have all your brains still in your cranium.
If you lose your flags to the ravenous undead, you’ll be designated infected, but we love you anyway. Join the “Paint the Town Dead” party and celebrate with your still-living friends!
RULES and SAFETY: We want you to have fun on the run! We’ve also been told that our zombies can’t *actually* eat your brains. So there are some rules.
FAQ: Stuff you need to know about the run, what to bring, and the party.
MERCHANTS: Have a zombie-themed product? Something for runners? Products to support a healthy life? Anything Halloween-related? We want YOU for the Run! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (918)687-3625 for information and to reserve your merchant space.
A Soldier’s Child serves the children of fallen active duty military personnel. They provide special birthday celebrations four recipients up to 18 years of age. They also provide outdoor mentorship programs and facilitate CFPF college scholarships and others.
Kids’ Space has been growing over the past few years in order to meet the needs of more children in our community. In 2011 Kids’ space provided services to approximately 300 child abuse victims. In 2014 Kids’ Space provided services to 702 child abuse victims. Kids’ Space introduced new services based off community need, such as Drug Endangered Children’s Services, Children’s Prevention Education and Internet Crimes Against Children. They now have 6 full time employees and co-locate with Law Enforcement from the Muskogee Police Department, two Trauma Focused Therapists and Indian Child Welfare.
OUR SPONSORS: We appreciate everyone who contributes to the success of this event! Our sponsors help to make things happen, like obstacles, rinse-off stations, and BEER. Thank you, sponsors! We encourage everyone who comes out to the event to check out these businesses when you are in need of their product or service. Be sure to mention that you learned about them at The Castle Zombie Run! Want to be a Sponsor for 2016? We want YOU! It’s a great chance to get your business name out there while contributing to a good cause event, adding to the swag bags for runners, and getting to meet and greet in the community! CALL US at (918)687-3625 or email email@example.com for information about signing on as a sponsor!