Parking, Shuttles & Gear Check


The start and finish for this event are in downtown Green Bay, allowing participants and spectators to park and walk to and from the Main Street Parking Ramp (300 Main Street) and Pine Street Parking Ramp (355 N. Madison Street), as well as the Wisconsin Public Service parking lots north of the KI Convention Center.

Relay Exchange Shuttles

Relay team members will gather together at the start area at the KI Convention Center. Runner #1 will start there with the rest of the field at 8 a.m. 

CHANGE FOR 2020 DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS: We will not be providing shuttle buses to transport relay runners due to inability to social distance on the buses.  The #2 runner can drive to the relay exchange, located on 5th Street in De Pere, parking in the Chase Bank lot on Main St.  The #2 relay runner should get to the relay exchange before 9 am in order to allow for entrance into the Chase Bank lot. Make sure to give your #1 runner the keys to your car so they can travel to the relay reunite!!  The #2 runner can also be dropped off at this location, but the #1 Runner will need transportation back to Fox Harbor Pub & Grill at 348 S. Washington in downtown Green bay.  

Gear Check

Each Half Marathon and Relay participant will receive a high-quality collectible drawstring gear check bag when she picks up her packet. Race packets will contain a zip tie and tear-proof tag with the participant’s bib number printed on it. This will be secured to the participant’s bag for easy identification.

Race-morning gear check will be located in the KI Convention Center, Ballroom A. Participants can hand over their cinched bag to our volunteers in this area. After the event, bags will be available for pick-up just past the finish line. For security reasons, you must have your bib with you in order to pick up your bag at the finish line.

Typical items participants check include sweatshirts, dry T-shirts, special food or fluids, dry socks and changes of shoes. Organizers are not responsible for the safekeeping and potential damage of valuable items such as jewelry, cash, cellphones and MP3 players. These items should not be checked.

Please note: There is no gear check for the 5K event.