Zombies have been reported to be taking over the park and Camp Rorie Galloway is being evacuated. US Army forces are on site to assist but do you have what it takes to survive and escape? Race through the woods of Camp Rorie with your team, compete in challenges and try to survive the zombie horde. Obstacles and missions will test strength, speed, problem-solving, and teamwork. Collect survival essentials along the way to ensure your team's safe passage to the finish. Participate either as a runner (human) and escape from the Zombies or as a Zombie.
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To participate, choose one of the evacuation plans:
Be a Runner (Human) and escape from the Zombies:
Day of Registration (Card only): $15 per racer
All racers will receive an official race t-shirt and swag bag.
The winning team will win a prizes and a unique zombie trophy.
All runners receive an official race t-shirt, medal, and swag bag
Each runner will need to sign up individually. Select which flight time you would like to register for. Flights begin at 10:00 am. Flights will consist of 5 members. ***flights may be combined if necessary.
Be a Zombie and pull the runner's flags as they run through your "Zombie Zone."
Registration is FREE!
Zombies receive an official race t-shirt, medal, and swag bag.
Zombie trophy and other prizes will be awarded to the Best dressed zombie.
Zombies are asked to dress in their best zombie costume. Great opportunity to get community service hours. **Costumes must be in "Ghoul" taste, nothing too revealing or provocative or too horrific. Participants in costumes judged to be in bad taste by the event staff will be asked to leave.
*ALERT! ALERT! Participation in this run is not for the faint of heart and may be too intense for some participants. The challenge run will feature a form of live entertainment that simulates the experience of escaping a zombie apocalypse. If you scare easily or are disturbed by mild images of gore this run may not be for you. Participants must be 12 years or older. Parents should use discretion when registering their children.