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2023 Event Information

Packet Pick-Up

Packet pickup will be available on Friday, March 24th, between 5 pm - 8 pm at the Maritime Museum - 729 Front Street, Georgetown, SC (in downtown Georgetown, SC). Race day registration will be available from 6:30 am - 7:15 am on Saturday, March 25 at the Maritime Park (next to the Maritime Museum - 725 Front St, Georgetown, SC) near the starting line. Registration will close at 7:15 am. Those that pre-registered will be able to pick up their packets until 7:15 am.

Race Start

Location - clock tower on Front Street (at the intersection of Screven Street)

  • 7:30 am - 12K

  • 7:45 am - 5K


Maritime Park

(next to the Maritime Museum - 725 Front Street)

  • 9:00 am - 5K

  • 9:45 am - 12K

Registration Prices

12K run: 
$60 until 12/31/22

$65 from 1/1/23 - 2/14/23

$70 from 2/15/23 - 3/24/23

$75 onsite


5K run/walk:  
$40 until 12/31/22

$45 from 1/1/23 - 2/14/23

$50 from 2/15/23 - 3/24/23

$55 onsite

Please Note: There are no refunds for race registration. For the half marathon, there are no dogs or walkers allowed. Strollers are allowed in the 5K race but must start in the back of the start line. Runners that participate in the 12K and the half marathon must be off Highway 17 by 10 am.

Ways to Register
1. Online

2. At packet pick-up Friday, March 24th from 5 pm-8 pm at the Maritime Museum

3. At the Maritime Park (packet pick-up area) on race day from 6:30 am - 7:15 am

Race Weather and Climate

The weather conditions in the Georgetown area during the spring are generally quite comfortable. The historic average low temperature on March 25th is 45F and the average high is 68F. The monthly average rainfall for March is 3.66 inches well below the midsummer average of 7+ inches per month.

Course Description

The 12K & 5K routes will start and finish in the hub of the city on Front Street in Historic Downtown Georgetown. After running past Georgetown’s eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and historic landmarks, including the famous Clock Tower at the Rice Museum, the course quickly transitions into the East Bay Park area where runners will be greeted by lovely views of Winyah Bay. As you circle the park, off in the distance you will get your first glimpse of the two bridges that cross the Black and Waccamaw Rivers. Upon leaving East Bay Park, the course takes you through a residential area showcasing Georgetown’s signature tree-lined streets and beautiful lowcountry architecture. 5K runners will continue through the historic district and cross the finish line on Front Street at Francis Marion Park. Runners pressing on in the 12K will proceed onto US Highway 17 where their next immediate focus will be to cross Georgetown’s gateway bridges. This early morning race will surely provide amazing panoramic sunrise views of Winyah Bay, with Hobcaw Barony creating a splendid natural background.


Street Closings

(click here for a printable PDF of street closings

Front Street: from Fraser to Greenwich – closed from 4 am – 8:30 am

Front Street: from Fraser to Queen – closed until 12 pm

Front Street: from Queen to Greenwich – should reopen by 8:30 am


East Bay, Greenwich, Highmarket, and Duke Streets: A portion of these roadways will be closed from 6 am – 8:30 am

St. James Street: from Church to Front – closed from 6 am-11 am


Hwy 17: (4 am – 11 am) Northbound closed from Cannon to just South of Hobcaw-Barony. Hwy 17 southbound will handle north and southbound traffic from Cannon to just south of Hobcaw-Barony

Prince Street: from Fraser to St. James – closed from 6 am – 12 pm


Cleland Street: from Prince to Front – closed from  6 am – 12 pm


Travel in and around the City will be restricted, but traffic will be allowed to flow within the Historic District on Broad and Highmarket Streets. Road closures will be manned by a combination of police officers and volunteers. We are asking that all traveling on our streets be patient and watch for traffic control personnel to help you navigate through Georgetown.

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