Mr. Lincoln’s Neighborhood 5k Run/WalkMarch 29, 2021
The Friends of Lincoln State Park and Indiana Department of Natural Resources will co-host the 11th Mr. Lincoln's Neighborhood 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, May 8 at 9:00 a.m. CDT in Lincoln State Park. This year's 5K run/walk route will once again start and end at the Lake Lincoln Beach parking lot. The route will consist of the paved park roadway and some hiking trails. Prizes will be awarded to the first place male and female finishers for both adults and kids under 16. Random door prizes will also be awarded during the event including Indiana State Park annual passes, gift cards, gift certificates, and more.
The early registration discount saves entrants $10 when registering by the early deadline of May 1. Interested walkers and runners may get more details, download registration forms
and event flyers, or register online at lspfriends.com. Completed registration forms can also
be sent with a check or money order made payable to Friends of Lincoln State Park, PO Box
601, Chrisney, Indiana, 47611.
The early registration fee is $20 per person registering on or before May 1 and $30
from May 2 until race day. All event participants will receive an event t-shirt while supplies last, with t-shirts guaranteed for early registrants. Registration forms are also available at the Lincoln
State Park office. The registration fee does not include the $7 in-state or $9 out-of-state per car gate fee to enter Lincoln State Park. All proceeds will benefit Friends of Lincoln State Park to support special projects and
events at Lincoln State Park.
For more information regarding the 5K run/walk, participants may call the Lincoln State Park
office at (812) 937-4710 or visit www.lspfriends.com. Lincoln State Park is located 5 miles
west of Santa Claus, Indiana on State Road 162 in Lincoln City across the highway from
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial.
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