Run Lake Max presented by RaceDay

Sat September 10, 2022 Culver, IN 46511 US Directions
Race Day Info

2022 Race Info:

The Course

The 5k course will be fast and fun, starting and ending near the Old Train Depot/Lake House Grille on Lake Shore Drive.  The half marathon course is a bit challenging, and one of the most beautiful routes in the midwest.  Check out the  Half Marathon Course,, and 5K Course on Strava.

Packet Pickup and Registration

Packet pickup on race day will begin at 7:00 a.m. at the town park. Day of registration will also open at 7:00 a.m. Price for day of registration will be $30.00 for the 5K, and $50 for the Half Marathon (no shirt will be guaranteed). The address for your GPS is 615 E Lake Shore Dr, Culver, IN 46511. That will get you to the race area.

Start Line

The race will begin and end at the Culver Town Park Railroad Depot, located on beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee. The 5k and Half Marathon races will start at the same time (8:30 eastern standard). We will make announcements/countdown to start beginning at 8:10. Each of the routes will be serviced with lead bikers.


Parking will only be allowed on side streets to the north of the starting line and the Culver Town Parking Area just north of the rootbeer stand by the water tower. Parking will not be permitted in the park as those are reserved for our town guests who are attending the farmer's market.

Awards and Shirts

Every finisher will receive a custom crafted Run Lake Max finisher medal. Additionally, awards will be given to the overall male and female winners for both races, along with the master's male and female champions for both races. Participants who sign up by August 31st will receive one of our awesome Run Lake Max event t-shirts.

Post Race

At the end of the race, bananas and water will be available for participants. After the race, Frida’s restaurant will provide pancakes, your bib will be your ticket for the pancakes so be sure to hang on to those bibs!

We also hope you plan on getting away for the weekend at Culver, Plymouth and Marshall County. Marshall County has many great restaurants and places to visit.




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