Covid-19 Statement - The Zombie Fun Run will be employing the proper safety precautions and measures based upon what is deemed appropriate and necessary at the time of our event. Click here for the latest information on our policies. In the event that our race would be forced to be cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions or a participant feels unsafe participating due to COVID-19, any preregistered participants will be given the option to transfer their registration to our 2021 race on 11-13-21 or receive a full refund.

COVID-19 Information

Last updated: September 10, 2020

Due to the increased concern of spreading illness in public spaces, The Zombie Fun Run will be taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of all our guests and team members. Safety is our number one priority. As the CDC continues to update the recommended practices for public safety, The Zombie Fun Run management will continue to monitor and revise our protocols. This document outlines some of the procedures and precautions that The Zombie Fun Run will put into place during the 2020 race. Be sure to check back frequently for updates, as conditions are continuously changing.

  • All participants must wear a mask when in common areas before and after their race wave. Runners will not be required to wear a mask while running on the course. Zombie will be required to wear a mask and gloves at all times. Children younger than 2 years old should not wear a mask in accordance with the CDC.
  • In the event that The Zombie Fun Run is unable to take place due to government regulations, all tickets purchased for the 2020 race will automatically roll over to the 2021 race or the option for a full refund will be available.
  • The Zombie Fun Run is taking many precautions to protect the safety and wellbeing of our visitors. Anyone attending our event should be aware of the risk and their responsibilities before they visit.
  • The Zombie Fun Run staff will continue to monitor any developments in safety procedures recommended by the CDC regarding general safety, and make adjustments as needed throughout the season.

To view the full COVID-19 document, click here