Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Twilight Run run entirely on trails?

No. Some of the course is run on paved access roads within Cook Park. No cars should be on these roads when we are running. Most of the course is on paved bike trail. A small percentage of the mileage is on bark trails. Cook Park will remain open to the public during the events so we will have volunteers making sure everyone is safe.

Will there be race awards?

Yes. We will have overall and age group prizes for the 5K run.

Will there be raffle prizes?

Yes, for 5K runners. Be sure to place your tear off portion of your bib into the raffle basket you have your eyes on! Winners will be announced at Awards Party. Must be present to win.

Can jogging strollers be used during the events?

Due to the limitations of the park trails we ask that jogging strollers participate in the Twilight Kid Mile.

Are shirts sized for women and men?

Yes, for the 5K race. Kid Mile shirts are sized for YOUTH ONLY.

Do we need to bring our registration info to pick up our race bibs and t-shirts?

Yes please.

Will there be official timing and when will the race results be ready?

Yes, the 5K race will be chip timed with disposable chips. Results will be available immediately. The Kid Mile will be untimed.

Are dogs allowed on the Twilight course?

Sorry, no dogs are allowed on the course for either of the Twilight races.

Does the Twilight Run support any charity?

Yes! The proceeds from the Twilight Run will go to support the The Foundation for Tigard Tualatin Schools.

Is the Twilight Run walker friendly?

Yes! For this event we are planning to support participants up to a 19 minute per mile pace (~60 minutes for 5k). We will also make sure that both the first and last finisher has aid station support and finish line food.

Course Routes

Twilight Run 5K Route

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Twilight Kid Mile Route

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Become a Volunteer

We can’t do it without you! The Twilight Run’s success is driven by the volunteer efforts of our community. Contact Erin Wissig, our race director, for more info about how you can help!