Healthy Trails 5K Walk/Run
The Department of Parks and Recreation encourages runners and walkers of all abilities, ages, and skill levels to come together, enjoy scenic views of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trail, and be active. Healthy Trails events are held in the spring and fall.
Previous races have contributed proceeds towards:
- Community Gardens
- Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies
- Bosom Buddies
- Kids to Camp campaign
We hope to see you at our next Healthy Trails 5K!
Upcoming Event Overview
Saturday, October 2, 8 am
Healthy Trails 5K Walk/Run for Breast Cancer Awareness
Virtual & In-person at the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trail
Fee until September 26: Resident $20; Non-Resident $26
Fee onsite October 2: Resident $25 onsite; Non-Resident $33
Online registration closes on September 26
Whether you’re racing to beat your fastest time or taking a stroll with friends or family, this event is for everyone! A portion of the proceeds will support the Department of Parks and Recreation’s Bosom Buddies program for breast cancer awareness within Prince George's County.
COVID-19 protocols and safety precautions will be followed.
In-Person Event Details
How to register & participate in the in-person 5K event
Choose "in-person" when registering.
Location: Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trail, 7200 Harborview Drive, Oxon Hill 20745
Time: 8 am; check-in begins at 6:30 am
- A performance t-shirt and race bib will be available on October 2 at event check-in.
Virtual Event Details
How to register & participate in the virtual 5K
Choose "virtual" when registering.
Location: Online (choose a location near you to walk/run a distance of 5K/3.1 miles).
Time: Participants can walk/run at any time they choose.
- A performance t-shirt will be mailed to participants who register for the virtual event. Register by 9/17/21 to receive your t-shirt by the race date
Virtual Race FAQ’s
What is a virtual race?
How does it work?
Can I participate if I live outside of Prince George's County?
Can I use social media to publicize my run?
To inquire and/or become a sponsor contact: Chanae.Jones@pgparks.com.
For more information, call 301-446-6838; TTY 301-699-2544 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Parks and Recreation encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities. Register at least two weeks before the program start date to request and receive a disability accommodation.