Ready to get off the sofa and gallop around LIttleton with some friends? Yeah, you are! Come frolic with us at the Unicorn Runner 5k at Clement Park to kick off your summer! You'll earn a sweet tee shirt and a flashy unicorn finisher medal!
It's a 5k distance for all, and whether you walk, trot, canter or gallop, we'll be happy to see you! This event also features a shorter saunter for those not quite ready to enjoy a full 5k! The untimed 'saunter' run is long enough to get your heart rate up and be a 'real run' without being a sprint!
Costumes are encouraged and we're holding a COSTUME CONTEST for DIY costume-clad participants!
Remember to refer your friends and you can earn back up to $20 back from your registration fee. Also - teams of 5 or more each get $5 off their registration. So form a group and get your buddies to join you today!
Registration price INCLUDES a ticket to the Unicorn Festival on both Saturday and Sunday with ALL of the activities offered for FREE!
All the info you need about the running event is found on this site - click the menu bar or scroll to the bottom to see a listing of all page links!
OTHER UNICORN Run Locations:
(Promo codes/vouchers for 3W Races events do NOT apply to this special combined Festival event.)
We are pleased to partner with the Unicorn Festival and invite you to stay after the run to participate in all things Unicorn! Each run registration includes ONE ticket into the two-day festival. Additional festival tickets for your non-running spectators can be purchased right here during registration and you'll receive all entry wristbands when you check in for the run. This way, you avoid all the lines and get to enter the festival at the end of the run! (Festival opens at 10 AM)
See website for more information.
Hours Sat. & Sun.: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Multiple Unicorn Corrals for photo opps!
More Unicorns than ever before!
NEW: Fairyland! Meet sooo many fairies!
66-ft Dragon Slide Obstacle Course!
NEW: Meet April Showers, founder of Afro Unicorn!
Castle Obstacle course and FOUR 20-ft slides!
NEW: Interactive Jump Rope Stage - all weekend!
Mermaid Lagoon full of mermaids!
NEW: Jazmine's Magical Unicorn Forest!
Storytime Cottage with Authors and fun stories!
Meet famous Princesses and Sheroes!
NEW: Unicorn Hugs - Trick Unicorn Act!
Karaoke Kingdom - Sing your Heart Out!
Food Trucks and Banquet Hall!
Take selfies with mythological creatures & princesses!
Interact with fairy tales and become part of the magic!
2024 shirts and medals are coming
All participants receive a TIE-DYE shirt option. (Women's Racer Back Tank, Unisex Short Sleeved Tee or Youth Short Sleeved Tee.).
See the SIZING info page to make sure you select the perfect fit!
5k racers get a Glittery Finisher Medal with Ribbon! Saunter racers get a Colorful Rainbow Medallion with Chain!
3W Races is proud to have Blessings in a Backpack as our charity partner for this event. With the start of school just around the corner, your can help us stock up to serve youth in Douglas County by donating food items on race day. Preferred items are listed below:
Breakfast Items such as: Granola bars, oatmeal, Nutrigrain breakfast bars, etc
Bring 5 or more items to the in-kind donation gathering on race day and you'll be entered into the race day raffle where you can win prizes! Winners are drawn during the run and posted at the registration tent. No need to wait around in the cold for tickets to be pulled - you'll know right away if and what you've won!!
Learn a little bit more about Blessings in a Backpack:
Mission: Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals, and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who might otherwise go hungry.
Vision: Every school-aged child in America has the nourishment needed to learn and grow. As a leader in the movement to end childhood hunger, Blessings in a Backpack strives to ensure children do not go hungry on the weekends by empowering individuals and communities to take action.
Why Do They Do It: There are more than 11 million children in this country who are at risk of hunger. The consequences of hunger are much more than a growling stomach. Poor nutrition can result in a weaker immune system, increased hospitalization, lower IQ, shorter attention spans, and lower academic achievement. Children are fed during the school week by federal government programs, but we want to make sure they’re getting nutritional meals over the weekend, too.
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