Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 @11:00am on Randall’s Island

begins at 10:15am

Volunteers arrive at 9:00 am for set-up

Race Day Registration Available - Check/Electronic Payment Only

The proceeds of this event supports ICE’s mission to providing “a nurturing, creative, and challenging academic program that meets the unique needs of all students”.

Challenge your family & friends, runners and non-runners alike to join you for 3.1 miles on Randall’s Island as a twist to your usual Saturday. Keep the fun going with a picnic and post-race activities by the water’s edge. 

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So lace up your running shoes and get moving!

No ICE affiliation necessary - Spread the word to anyone willing to move for a good cause!

Lots of Prizes!

  • Fastest Child – MS

  • Fastest Child – HS

  • Fastest Adult

  • Free T-shirt and goody bag for every finisher

By Car - GPS Address: 1 Randall's Island- Golf Center, New York, NY 10035. Signs will be posted directing you to the Parking Area.

Carpool - Participants, Volunteers & Supporters of the ICE 5k Run Walk event on Saturday, September 22nd can sign-up HERE (click tabs for corresponding boroughs) if you can provide transportation to/from the Park OR if you need transportation to/from the Park

Public Transportation - Take the 4, 5, or 6 trains to 125th street. Once there walk to E 124 St/2 Av and hop on the bus M35 it will take you to Randall's Island. Get off at Icahn Stadium and walk up to the flagpole near the golf center! If you wish to walk, you can walk east on 125th street, cross the RFK Bridge, and you’re there! The distance from the 125th subway station to Randall's Island is 1 mile (the equivalent of 20 city blocks).

Walking and biking to Randall’s Island Park is easy, and you can get there by crossing the RFK Bridge from Manhattan/125th street (about 15 minutes walking), RFK Bridge from Queens (about 30 minutes walking), or the RFK bridge from the Bronx (about 15 minutes walking). Remember, the elevator at 125th Street is no longer operational, as it is being rebuilt and we don't know if it will be finished for September.

You can also walk across the footbridge from E. 103rd St. in Manhattan onto Randall’s Island Park. It takes about 20-25 minutes to walk from the Manhattan side of the footbridge to Randall's Island. If you plan on biking, we advise you to come via the 103rd street footbridge.

Shuttles - The Randall’s Island Park Alliance operates complimentary shuttles around the Park’s northern and southern loops. Shuttles run on weekends from 8 AM to dusk between March and November, and on weekdays from 3 PM to dusk in late March, April, May, September and early October.