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Lets run and walk together!

3 ways to Participate in the Cobscook Bay Road Races

(Click the text of your choice)
1. In-Person SUNDAY June 4 
2. ROYO (Run/Walk on your own) on the Cobscook Course
3. Virtually Anywhere you feel safe all while support Cobscook Races and DEHV!
Run or Walk In Person

When: SUNDAY June 4

Where: Triangle Plaza to Reversing Falls, Pembroke, Maine

What: 5k | 10k | FREE 1 Mile Kids Fun Run

BIB pickup - SUNDAY June 5 from 7:45AM to 8:45am


  • Kids fun-run at 8:30am

  • 10k at 9am

  • 5k at 9am

Race day Instructions will be sent about a week before the event. 


FREE - Kids Fun-Run (12 and under)

$15 - Teens 16 and under

**$22** - EARLY BIRD REG for adults until March 31st 

$25 - Adults

What's included

  • Special T-shirt for the first 50 pre-registered

  • Awards

  • Post-race Picnic at Reversing Falls

Run or Walk on your own (ROYO)

Run or walk the Cobscook Bay Course on your Own!

The 5k and 10k Course will be marked in mid May.

Starting May 21 running through June 5th, run or walk in support of DEHV.

Email your results and a picture (optional) in support of the Cobscook Races and Down East Hospice Volunteers!


$15 - Teens 16 and under

**$22** - EARLY BIRD REG for adults until March 31st 

$25 - Adults

Run or Walk Virtually

Complete a 5k or 10k course between May 21st to June 5th and support Down East Hospice Volunteers WHEREEVER YOU ARE in the world. Can't make it to Pembroke in June, thats OK! 

Support the Cobscook Races and Downeast Hospice Volunteers!

Easy Steps to take part virtually
  1. Register -
    1. online at Runsignup

  2. Run or walk anywhere​
    1. Run or walk in your neighborhood, park or where ever convenient and safe for you.

  3. Submit Results
    1. can be added at any time between May 21 and June 5th on
      Runsignup or send us a message with your time. 

    2. Official results posted on June 6. 

    3. Awards TBD

Cobscook Bay road races virutal participant
Cobscook Bay Road Races
Recommendations - Social Distancing

This contented is borrowed from the RRCA, Read the full story here. We are all in this together, do your part to reduce the chances of making someone else ill. 

  • Don't go out for a run or walk if you are feeling ill or have flu-like symptoms.

  • Do practice social distancing - ensure appropriate spacing between runners; the current recommendation is at least six to eight feet of separation.

  • Do respect community regulations if parks, tracks, and multi-use trails have been closed due to over-use during stay-at-home orders.

  • Do run single-file, not two abreast unless there is ample public space to do so.  Don't force others off of a sidewalk or trail by hogging the space. 

  • Do alter your route or time of day you run if you find it too crowded to ensure appropriate social distancing.

  • Don't spit or “nose rocket” your nose in public – bring along tissues or a small towel or a good old-fashioned hanky if you need to get rid of some snot during your run/walk.

  • Carry your own fluids and avoid contact with public water fountains.

  • Do wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after using a port-a-john.  As NPRA reminds people, prepare for limited access to public restrooms or water fountains.

  • Don't share towels, food, gels, or any other item if you run or walk with family or one close friend.

  • Do tactfully remind others you see out on your run to practice social distancing if you see groups of 3 or more.

  • Do use sidewalks where available in your community.  Most communities have ordinances requiring the use of sidewalks by pedestrians when available. Do not create unsafe driving situations for emergency vehicles by running down the middle of a road. The last thing the medical community needs right now is to treat avoidable accidents and injuries.

  • Don't post group selfies on social media after a shouldn't be running in a group right now.

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