Running with my Gnomies

50K and 25K races

Saturday,
May 14, 2022
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If you think you know the trails at Camp Tuscazoar, THINK AGAIN!!

This race will will take you on trails you didn't know were there and to places where usually only the Gnomes go! That being said if you want a flat fast race this is not the race you are looking for,(Check out our Get Lucky 50/50 race for that) if you want a challenging, unique, beautiful course this is it!! (The Tuscazoar 100's evil little sister!!) May 15th, 8am start.
Running with My Gnomies is a 25k and 50k through the hills of Camp Tuscazoar in Beautiful Tuscarawas county Ohio
Not only will you get to run with your Gnomies (Friends) you will also run with Gnomes! As you run along the course look for the gnomes of Tuscazoar.
There are many of them hiding among the rocks and trees of the Camp Tuscazoar forest. Count and see if you can find them all!
They will have letters to spell out a message that if you know at the finish you will receive an EXTRA BIT OF SWAG!!

THE RACE IS ON!

Running With My Gnomies takes place almost completely on Camp Tuscazoar property, so permits are not an issue as they have been lately with other races. We do plan on following any covid-19 safety measures that are needed at the time of the race. (staggered start, no contact aid stations etc) Those details will be sent out closer to race date.

NEW THIS YEAR! THE GNOMIE 9ish!!!

We decide to add a 9 mile (give or take a bit LOL) distance this year. The race will start at the same time as the other distances this will allow you to run a friend that may not want to do a 25k or 50k to run with you for part of the 25k! The 9ish mile course will follow the same route as the other distances and break off early to head back to the finish line! So bring your Homies to Run with the Gnomies!

THE COURSE

The course is a 25k loop (the 50k race runs 2 loops).

It is a combination of single-track trails, bridal trails, and a short distance of gravel access road, all on the Camp Tuscazoar property. 

AID STATIONS

Our aid stations are always OVER stocked with all your favorites and then some.
You should never have to worry about not having the fuel you need!There will be 1 aid station midway though the loop and one at the start/finish area which 50k runners will hit after their 1st loop.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2020

5:00pm - 8:00pm Packet Pick Up

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2020

6:30am - 8:00am  Race Day Packet Pick Up

TBA  Pre-Race Instructions/National Anthem

8:00am RACE START

 

SPECTATORS

Spectators can hang out at the start/finish line area. There will be music and a fire going, and there is plenty of open space for kids to enjoy. Spectators can also drive out to the mile-4 aid station to see their runner as they pass through.

PACKET PICK-UP

Runners will be able to pick up their packets on Friday May 13th from 5-8 at Camp Tuscazoar in the main parking lot or on race morning May 14th, beginning at 6:30am at Camp Tuscazoar (race start area)
(6606 Boy Scout Rd. NE Dover Ohio)

WHAT YOU GET

Every Runner will get an awesome race shirt, overstocked aid stations, a beautiful course, friendly volunteers, and post-race soup.

 

AWARDS

Finishers will receive a Gnome Finishers Medal!

There will be overall winners in both male and female categories for each distance. 1st and 2nd place age group awards will be given for both male and female by decade:19 and under, 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, and 60+.

 

VOLUNTEERS

Anyone wanting to volunteer please contact us at racebrimstone@gmail.com and we will work with you to figure out how you can best help make this race experience even better for the runners.

REGISTRATION AND COST

25k

$50     Nov.- Dec 31st
$65     Jan1st - May 11th 

 50k

$60     Nov. - Dec 31st
$75     Jan. 1st - May 11th  

 9ish

$40     Nov. - Dec 31st
$50     Jan. 1st - May 11th  

ACCOMODATIONS

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 forms from tents, adirondack shelters, and campers/RVs, 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 right on the course.

Bed & Breakfast establishments

located near the Race:

The Cobbler Shop Bed & Breakfast

Cider Mill of Zoar

The Keeping Room Bed & Breakfast

Zoar School Inn Bed & Breakfast

The following hotels are in the area also:

Sleep Inn of Bolivar    330-874-3435

Comfort Inn of Dover    330-364-8881

Radisson Country Inn & Suites of Dover    330-365-9388