POSTPONED Tails & Trails 5K Walk/Run
May 9 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am$26 – $35
To ensure the safety of our citizens, staff and volunteers, Tails & Trails 5K has been postponed until further notice.
More information will be released as it becomes available.
As the 6th Annual Tails & Trails 5K approaches, we can proudly say that this event is a huge part of what made it possible to declare Greenville County a no-kill community!
We need your help now more than ever to keep it that way.
Race the trails (or go for a casual stroll) at Conestee Park side by side with your best running partner – your dog! Whether you’re racing with or without your four-legged companion or just walking the trail to support a good cause, Tails & Trails is fun for everyone. Make a difference in the lives of homeless animals and register today.
Post-race activities include the posting of results and award presentation, plus tail-waggin fun with our pet themed entertainment and vendor party.
When: TBD – We hope to reschedule this event. We will update you as more information becomes available.
Where: Conestee Park
Why: To have a great time — and maintain our no-kill community!
Cost: $31 per person
Teams (6 paid participants or more): $26 per person.
If your team does not have 6 or more members before packet pick-up, we ask that you make up the $5 difference in your race donation. Thank you for being a life saver!
$35 per person after April 29
Children 6 and under – free (if your child wants to be timed and receive a race bib and t-shirt they must register).
Dogs race free.
One dollar out of each registration fee will be donated to support Lake Conestee Nature Park.
Packet pick-up will be Friday, May 8 between Noon-6:30pm at Animal Care and on the day of the event from 7:30-8:15am at Conestee Park. Race day registrations will be accepted in-person during packet pick-up time.
We need your help! You can raise funds to save more lives. Set a fundraising goal when you register and ask your friends, family and coworkers to help you save lives by donating.
As the largest open admission facility in South Carolina, Animal Care accepts all animals regardless of age, medical condition or behavior. Through the implementation of many life-saving programs, like targeted spay/neuter, we have seen a decrease in animal intake of more than 50% in just 5 years. Now, in 2020, we have finally been able to declare Greenville County a no-kill community. We need your help now more than ever to save the dogs and cats that we have not been able to save before. Every dollar helps save lives in our community.
Click here for details on sponsorship levels and the tremendous benefits of becoming a Tails & Trails sponsor.
For additional questions relating to sponsorship, contact Paula Church at [email protected] or 864.467.3986.
T-shirts are guaranteed to all registrants who sign up on or before May 1. After that, t-shirts will be distributed on a first come, first served basis. Guarantees on size selection is also on a first come, first served basis if you registered after May 1.
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