Lake of Woods Run
Enjoy a 5K and 15K route at Lake of the Woods, a mountain lake on Highway 140 between Medford and Klamath Falls. The start/finish will be the Rainbow Bay day use area (same entrance as the main road to the marina/lodge). The 5K route is an out and back along well maintained gravel trail (to/from the Great Meadow) with a few sections of dirt/gravel trail (new start/finish this year). The 15K route is a loop around the lake on paved roads with a few sections of dirt/gravel trail (new start/finish this year). Aid stations are approximately at mile 3.5 and mile 7.0 and will have water.
Local time: 9:14 AM
After the run, be sure to treat your friends or family to a day of swimming, hiking, fishing, camping, boating, great food, etc. at the resort (your parking pass is for all day). Also be sure to check out the new lodge/restaurant. All within walking distance of the start/finish line.
You can register the day of the race. If you plan to register race day, please show up by 8:45 as the registration line is long. Parking ($8 per vehicle) is included in your registration fee. Race Day packet pickup and registration will be at the start/finish line from 8:30 AM to 9:15 AM.
Credit card payments will be available for race day registrations at start/finish. Race day entry fees increase by $5.
15K start at 9:30am. 5K start at 9:45
There will not be a kids run this year due to limited resources. Kids under 12 are free and can run the 5K with a parent or older sibling. This years event will be "low key". We are keeping race fees low in order to encourage participation. There won't be finish line medals, t-shirts, or age group awards. We have a limited number of volunteers.
The Linkville Lopers Board thanks you for entering this event. Your entry fee is contributed to the Linkville Lopers. The Lopers are a non profit local organization in Klamath Falls Oregon. Our Board consists of volunteers from the community. Our running/walking club has been around since the 1970's and has contributed hundreds of hours to organizing local running/walking events, building trails, maintaining parks, etc. Your entry fee will be used for donations to parks, building and maintaining trails, organizing local running events, etc.
Homer, Amber, Jeremy M., Kirby, and Jay