Summer Nights 5k
Bristol RI, June 22nd, 2023
OCEAN-SIDE, SUNSET 5k AT BEAUTIFUL
RUN INTO THE SUNSET, PARTY INTO THE NIGHT!
Race starts at 7:30 PM. Finish with an epic after-party, under the lights of the Mount Hope Farm barn! Enjoy complimentary Narragansett Beers, live music, pizza dinner, closed ocean-side course and official event t-shirt!
There are two opportunities to pick up your bib before it's time to run.
Wednesday, June 21st
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
(at Chomp Kitchen and Drinks, 440 Child St., Warren, Rhode Island)
Thursday, June 22nd
5:30 PM - 7:25 PM at Race
*Pre-registered minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The parent or guardian must sign a waiver on behalf of the minor at packet pickup.
June 22nd, 2023
7:45 PM - 9:30 PM
Mount Hope Farm
250 Metacom Avenue
Bristol, RI 02809
please see THIS LINK.
We'll award our top 3 overall finishers in both the men's & women's races.
We'll award the top 3 finishers in each of the following age divisions in both the men's & women's races: 0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+
*2020 Race Cancelled Due to Covid-19*
RUNNING & PARTYING INTO THE SUNSET!
REGISTER & WE'LL SEE YOU IN JUNE!
Enjoy complimentary Narragansett Beers at the finish line, receive an
official race entry shirt, and enjoy live music and pizza at the post-race!
NOTE: Race sells out annually. There is no day-of entry.
Until Sold Out
Registration for the Summer Nights 5k is FINAL under all circumstances. There are NO REFUNDS and NO DEFERRALS. In the event that an athlete cannot make the race their bib can be transferred to another runner. A bib transfer request must be received one week prior to race weekend.
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Sunset, Ocean-Side Course in Coastal Rhode Island
The Narragansett Summer Nights 5k course runs throughout the beautiful, ocean-front property of Mount Hope Farm, consisting of mostly pavement, some grass and a touch of wooded trail.
The runners will start out heading east, eventually bearing right towards Church Cove, and looping back towards the starting line. Here runners will encounter the only grass and dirt-portions of the course, with about 1/4 mile of grassy field and about 100 yards of wooded path as they reconnect with the main path and then head eastward again towards Mt. Hope Point.
As runners reach Mount Hope Point they'll enjoy views of Seal Island, Church Cove and The Mount Hope Bridge. Runners will hit a turn-a-round after passing the Cove Cabin, and begin to make the return trip back to the barn, with a slight, sneaky uphill into the finish. The course finishes under the lights of the Mt. Hope Farm barn, just in time for the after-party.
10k Elevation Profile
Start: 6 ft Max: 6 ft Gain: 101 ft
Other Course Considerations
The course has one "double pass" water-station that you'll pass at mile 1.4 (on the right as you head out to Mt. Hope Point) and on your right again as you head back at mile 2.9, just before ascending the final climb into the finish.
The average high temperature on race day is 77 degrees F.
The average low temperature on race day is 61 degrees F.
Please dress/prepare accordingly.
Since this course is 100% closed, we do not mind headphones. We ask that you simply keep the volume low enough to hear instructions from our race crew. Strollers are NOT allowed due to the varying terrain of the course.
If you need medical attention, there will be an EMT at the finish line monitoring all finishing runners. If you find yourself in trouble on course, please notify our course staff/volunteers and we'll get someone out to you.
Help us put on Summer Nights 5k!
There is no better volunteer than a runner. Sign up to volunteer for the Narragansett Summer Nights 5k and we'll thank you with a free entry into our other race, the Narragansett Summer Running Festival!
Let's take this on together!
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