Wednesday, August 4th, 2021

HARTA-Ween Zombie Dash is October 10

Posted: Friday, July 24, 2020

Join HARTA for the Fourth Annual HARTA-Ween Zombie Dash on Saturday, October 10 at Yeoman Park, and experience the Erie Trail firsthand. The race is open to all ages. Participants may choose a 10K or a 5K route and a one-mile loop is available for non-competitive participants. Proceeds and contributions from the event will go toward supporting the development and maintenance of trails in Huntington County. The race is not timed.

New this year to aid with social distancing the zombies and creatures will be lurking along the trails with their color zombie dust.

The participant’s goal is to complete the 10K, 5K or one-mile loop with as many lives left on their life belt as possible. Zombies and other Halloween creatures will appear on the trail and try to infect you with their colored zombie dust. There will be food and drinks for purchase.

Each paid entry receives a T-shirt and a swag bag while supplies last. The top two male and female finishers for the 10K and 5K event will receive additional awards. Halloween costumes are encouraged for race participants as well. Those registered by September 30 are guaranteed a race T-shirt and early bird pricing. The T-shirts will be available the day of the event while supplies last. Pre-paid registration fee is $15 for students (with valid student ID, available at checkout); $20 for individuals and $45 for a family of five with each additional person $8. On the day of the event, the registration fee is $20 for students; $25 for an individual and $50 for a family of five with each additional person $8. Check-in is 4 to 4:30 p.m.; race begins at 5 p.m. Rain or shine!

More information about the event can be found at and to register, visit Volunteer awards will be given for best costumes; must be present to win. Volunteers must be six years old and over and must be accompanied by an adult. Volunteers are also needed for race crew, water stations, race registration and race chasers (those that follow the runners to the finish line).

For more information about HARTA or the trail system, please visit or email Huntington Area Recreational Trails Association is dedicated to designing, developing, constructing, and maintaining Huntington area multi-use public trails and greenways, and to fundraising in support of that mission.