The 6th annual Tuscazoar Race will be held at Camp Tuscazoar in the beautiful hills of Tuscarawas county on August 31st 2024. The race is a 25 mile loop for 2023 that will start on the rolling single track of Tuscazoar for 5 miles, then goes to flat towpath for 10.5 miles then back to the hills of Tuscazoar to complete the loop. In addition to our traditional 100 mile, 75 mile, 50 mile and 25 mile races we have a option for you to do an a.m. or a p.m. start for the 50 and the 25 mile distances!! That’s right if you are looking for a chance to do a night run or run as a pacer and get some swag too this is it! 50 milers can choose an 8am or 7pm start and 25 milers can choose to start at 9am or 7pm!
Pacers will be allowed for the 100 mile and 75 mile distances only.
No pacers allowed before mile 50.
Only one pacer at a time per entrant.
Pacers may not mule/carry supplies for their runner.
All pacers must sign a liability waiver.
Pacers are allowed to help themselves to any food and beverages at aid stations while they are pacing. Pacer waivers will be at the crew access aid stations. Pacers can only enter/exit the race at the start/finish aid station and the Zoar/brewery aid station.
There is a 32 hour time limit for the 100 and 75 mile race.
30 hours for the 50 mile.
29 hours for the 25 mile.
19 hours for the Night 50 and 25 mile race.
All runners must start their last loop by 7am on Sunday morning.
course closes at 2pm Sunday
There will be a drop bag area inside Kimble Hall (dinning hall) at the main aid station at (start/finish area) that runners will have access to at miles 25, 50, 75 Runners can place their drop bags inside Kimble Hall on race morning. There is also a drop bag location at the Rt. 800 aid station (miles 5, 13, 25, 33, 55, 63, 80,and 88) Race morning there will be a location marked with signage for bags going to route 800 aid station. All distances are allowed a drop bag. Bags will be taken to 800 aid after the start of each race.
Tuscazoar will be a cupless race meaning runners should carry their own hydration pack or handheld for water and electrolytes. Runners should also carry a reusable cup for any other hydration needs at aid stations. (soda, electrolytes, pickle juice) Cups for warm soup and coffee will be provided
All finishers will receive an award.
100 mile and 75 mile finishers receive a Belt Buckle
50 mile and 25 mile finishers receive a Medal
Overall Male and Female awards for each distance as well as
Age Group awards given for 1st and 2nd place male and female by decade.
Awards are various size containers of maple syrup tapped and made from maple trees right on Camp Tuscazoar property! And will have customized Tuscazoar 100 labels!
Refunds and Deferrals
No refunds will be given. However a runner may choose to defer with 100% credit to the following year for any reason up to 3 weeks prior to the race, after that there will be no deferrals.
Runners can elect to change the distance they wish to do anytime before the start of the race that they signed up for and be included in the results for the new distance chosen. However once the race has started, runners not completing the distance they set out to accomplish will be considered a DNF in the race results and not receive a finishers award.
Friday August 30th
5:00pm-7:30pm Early packet pickup at Camp Tuscazoar main parking area.
5:00pm-8:00pm Pre Race Dinner (included in entry fee)
Saturday August 31st
5:15 race day packet pickup begins and available till 15 mins prior to your race distance start.
6:00 am 100 mile and 75 mile race start
8:00 am 50 mile race start
9:00 am 25 mile race start
7:00 pm Night 50 mile and Night 25 mile start
Sunday September 1st
2:00 pm Race closes
As always Race Brimstones aid stations will be overly stocked with all your hydration and food needs!
Rt 800 Mile 5: Drop Bags- No Crew- Full Aid
Zoar Mile 9: Crew Access- Full Aid
Rt 800 Mile 13: Drop Bags- No Crew- Full Aid
Roost Mile 18: No Crew- Full Aid
Roost Mile 21.5: No Crew- Full Aid
Start/Finish Line Mile 25: Drop Bags- Crew Access- Full Aid
All primitive tent camping will only be $30 for the whole weekend and you will be able to camp in any designated area. You will still need to register for camping through the Camp Tuscazoar.
Event's current local time: 2:04 PM ET
Camp Tuscazoar is a nearly 100 year old Boy Scout camp. They have many accommodations to fit your needs. Plenty of primitive camping is located throughout the camp in different form from tent, adirondack shelters, and campers/RV,s both with and without hookups. They also offer bunkhouse style cabins with beds that can be purchased per bed and a few cabins that could fit your whole crew. Please contact Camp Tuscazoar directly to make reservations.http://www.tuscazoar.org/ We encourage entrants to stay at the camp but understand it may not fit everyone’s needs, there are also several nice B&Bs located very close to the course as well as several hotels located within a short drive from the race.