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*All events are at Camp Sinawa*
Our race location is at Camp Sinawa, 9113 Camp Sinawa Rd, Valders, WI. It is about 15 minutes west of Manitowoc and about 1 hour south of Green Bay.
The course is the same as last year. Each lap is 4.5 miles.
Runners can set up directly across from the aid station. Tarps will be provided for drop bags.
Crew area will be after the runners pass through the aid station. There is plenty of room!


Packet pickup is at Camp Sinawa
Friday 4:00-7:00PM
Saturday 3:30-5:00AM
Dusk to Dawn runners can also pick up anytime Saturday.

Saturday 5:07AM - 24 hour, 15.5 Hour, 8 Hour, 6 Hour
Saturday 8:40PM - 8.5 Hour Dusk to Dawn
Spend the weekend within walking distance of the start line.
The cabins at Camp Sinawa are almost all booked. Last check there were still 2 left. The bunks in the dormitory are all spoken for.
Contact the Camp Ranger at
for reservations.

It looks like it could be another hot one this year. Run smart. Keep you body temperature down. Keep your electrolytes up. Be mindful of hyponatremia!
We will have cooling towels at the main aid station. You also pass by the lake each lap. There is a sand beach there which makes it easy to take a quick dip and cool off.
We will provide ground tarps for drop bags but they will be exposed to the weather. Be sure your bags are water proof.

Christine Wolf is back for her 12th year of helping our runners stay out on the course!
She will be on site starting at 9AM next to the Start/Finish aid station. Make sure to say hello to our 'Massage Therapist To The STARS', even if you don't need her magic hands.

Timing this year will again be by OnYourMarks Timing. We will have a gun start with chip timing to track your laps. There will also be a timing mat at the halfway point. You can get credit for a half lap in the last hour if you make it there before time runs out. If two people complete the same number of laps, time is the tiebreaker.
The timing chip is in a shoe tag which you will return in exchange for your finisher bowl.
There will be live results race day. Watch FaceBook for the link


There will be one full aid station this year. It will be located at the start/finish and it will be fully stocked with all the normal goodies to keep you going. The sports drink this year is Tailwind. There will also be an un-staffed aid station with water and Tailwind at the halfway point.
In an effort to reduce waste (and litter) we have all seen at running events, we will be going cup-less again this year
Plan ahead and bring your water bottle or hydration pack and a collapsable cup you can carry. Our volunteers will help you refill.


All runners in the endurance events will receive a finisher's bowl this year. They are made the Sunset Hill Stoneware in Neenah. The same company that has made our mugs in the past.
First place male and female runners in each event will receive an additional custom, handmade ceramic goblet. They were crafted and wood fired by Joelle White of the Globe Clay Center in Mineral Point, WI.



Be courteous and obey any directions from race officials and volunteers.

NO LITTERING! Throwing trash on the course will IMMEDIATELY disqualify you from the race.

Be kind to our Volunteers! They are there to help, and they are AWESOME. :)

Medical staff will be available at the Start/Finish area.



Be courteous and obey any directions from race officials and volunteers..

Crew must review and be familiar with ALL rules.

Crew is NOT allowed IN the aid station.

Aid station supplies and food are for runners only. Crew must bring their own supplies.

Crew must not obstruct other runners.

Crew may only support runner and pacer within 100 feet of an official aid station.

Crew may not set up Friday.

At the start/finish area, crew must set up in the designated areas so there is no interference with lap counting or other race day operations..

PACERS - ONLY allowed for the 24 and 15.5 Hour.

Please register at the main event tent (start/finish line) prior to pacing your runner. All pacers must complete and sign a medical and release form. If a pacer is under 18 years old, he or she will need a guardian to sign on their behalf.

Pacing is allowed after 1:00PM.

Only one pacer with runner at any given time.

Pacers will stay with runner at all times: no running ahead to fill bottles, get food or drop bag.

Pacers are a companion, not a mule for runner supplies.

There will be no charge for pacers in this event and each will have full access to the aid station while pacing. Please note that pacers will not be eligible for any awards, as they are not considered official runners

A post race meal (hamburger, chips, soda) is included for all runners. Vegetarian option is available on request. Additional meals will be available for purchase for spectators and crew, cash only.
Dawn To Dusk Endurance Run
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June 22-23, 2024
Valders, WI

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