The Zombie Apocalypse Begins In:
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The ORIGINAL Run Of The Dead!
Are you a zombie movie fanatic? Always wondered how you would fare in the zombie apocalypse? Well this is THE event for YOU! The ROTD isn’t simple a road race with actors chasing after you…no, this is a hand-created obstacle course through wooded trails, with challenging obstacles and MUD, lots and lots of mud! When the Fall season hits, our forest area truly feels haunted and something straight out of a horror movie.
Admission grants you access to our event including food, music, vendors, adult beverages, and a bonfire at the end. Not only do you get to have a blast but you get to support a great cause: The Wilderness Search and Rescue Team. These are the fine folks that come find your stranded, lonely butt when you get lost in the woods hiking, camping, or running from zombies!
Thank you to our sponsors
Watch the video above to see a start to finish point of view from a previous ROTD
Before the race, you will be given a flag belt, just like the game of flag football. These flags represent your health. The zombies want to take your flags and maybe eat your brains. If you lose all your health flags, you die. And the zombies win. You have to finish with at least one flag and complete all of the obstacles to “finish” the course. There is no Time Limit, The goal is to finish and not get your brains devoured by the undead.
Zombies are always hungry for blood, guts and your brains.
Zombies will not intentionally physically contact any runner other than in attempt to pull a health flag.
Direct physical contact (pulling, grabbing, pushing, striking, etc.) between zombies and runners will not be permitted.
Do not taunt the zombies with your brains– that is just plain mean.
People LOVE The Run Of The Dead
Running for your life not your thing?
THE WALK OF THE DEAD IS FOR YOU!
A half mile long (about 25-30 min) twisting and turning path straight through the doors of hell. All guests 14 and older are welcome, 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Wilderness Search And Rescue
Wilderness Search and Rescue Team, also known as Wilderness Rescue was formed in 1979 to assist conservation and law enforcement agencies in searches for lost persons in the forest and wilderness areas of New York State. This non-profit organization is made up of volunteers from Onondaga County who receive intense training to provide them with the necessary skills to be part of an organized search.
The Wilderness SAR Team is dependent solely on the generosity of individuals and other organizations. We receive no funding from any government source. The money that is donated to us is used for operations of the team.