2022 Eerie Erie
Saturday, October 29
Thank you for participating in the 2021 Eerie Erie
See you next year!
The world-famous Eerie Erie is a Halloween-themed 5k and 10k race that runs through historic downtown Erie and takes advantage of our beautiful trail system that weaves along the Coal Creek open space areas. The 10k passes by scenic Pleasant Hill Cemetery with panoramic views and where friendly spirits can’t wait to visit this year’s runners.
You must register by October 12 at 11:59pm in order to get a shirt.
Any registrations after that date/time will not receive a shirt
The Erie Optimist Club is proud to present the annual 2022 Eerie Erie 5k / 10k
We are back and will be holding an in-person event this year.
Look for updates here and on our Facebook as we get all the details worked out.
There will not be a kid fun run this year.
On-site registration: 7:30am – 9:00am*
Packet pick up: 7:30am – 9:15am
Packet pickup will be in the Erie United Methodist Church parking lot this year.
There will be no indoor access or awards ceremony.
Medals will be mailed at a later date.
5k Start: 9:30am**
10K Start: 9:40am**
*Registration fees are $5 more for on-site, race day registration
** Start times are subject to change – please check www.erieoptimists.org for the latest information
2022 Course Routes are the same as last year.
Eerie Erie is the primary fundraiser for the Erie Optimist Club.
Thank you for your support!!
A Great Cause!
Eerie Erie is the primary fundraiser for the Optimist Club of Erie, a non-profit organization whose sole mission is to benefit the children of our community by funding youth-specific events, programs, and activities throughout the year. You can learn more about the Optimist Club of Erie at www.erieoptimists.org.
Do you allow dogs to run in the 5k or 10k
It is ok to run with your dog. We just ask that you line up in the back for the safety of the other runners and keep the dogs on a short leash
Can I run/walk with a stroller
Yes, strollers are allowed in the run we just ask that you line up in the back for the safety of the runners.