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Sat, Jun 27


Long Beach

43rd Running of Beach to Chowder 5/10K

Come celebrate World Ocean weekend with the 43rd Running of Beach to Chowder.

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43rd Running of Beach to Chowder 5/10K
43rd Running of Beach to Chowder 5/10K

Time & Location

Jun 27, 2020, 9:00 AM PDT

Long Beach, Long Beach, WA 98631, USA

About the Event


Join in the 43rd Annual Beach to Chowder 5/10K on Saturday, June 27th.  Run along the surf on the hard hard pack sand and afterward come to Veterans Field and have delicious clam chowder and relax with fellow runners. Be part of World Ocean Day weekend and explore the beauty of the Long Beach Peninsula. Hotel discounts Courtesy of Ocean View Cedar Inn (Inn at the Arch) $69 per night or $89 per night for Ocean views. Ocean View Cedar Inn is conveniently located at the start/finish line. 

Grab your friends and make it a beach getaway.



Date Range5K Cost10K Cost Early Bird: January 6th - March 1st $35 $40 Beach Run: March 2nd - April 5th$40 $45         Beach Dash: April 6th - May 25th $45 $50 Don't Miss Out: May 26th - Day of Event$50$60

Canicross registration is $45 throughout.


$5 Military + First Responders

$5 All Things Fun Sports! Club Membership

$5 NWFitCo


No discounts on early bird pricing. Please, one discount type per person.

 Shirt - Unisex Short-sleeve Sport Tech






2XL (please add $4)

3XL (please add $4)

The first 125 registrants will receive a special medal!

Shirts and all medallions guaranteed until May 18th, 2020

Packet Pick-Up

Friday, June 26th, 5:30- 7:00 PM 

Location TBA

Canicross USA

Canicross USA is a fast-growing sport in the UK and Canada and its popularity is growing in the United States. What is CaniCross you ask? Well, it is Trail or Path running with your dog.

CaniCross events start 30 minutes before the event start time for nondog runners.

It is best if you have a waist harness for your dog but not required. All dogs must stay on their leash, interact with others dogs and humans and can not have/be aggressive behavior and you must always clean up after your dog.


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