Until Monday, June 14
Monday, June 14 through Race Day, July 4
At the Deltaville Community Center
Start & Finish at the Deltaville Community Center. 5K will start as soon as Fun Run is finished.
T-shirt upgrades for technical fabric or women's v-neck available. Child-sitting during 5K provided by Middlesex YMCA.
T-shirts not guaranteed for registrations after June 15. Limited number will be available on race day.
Yes. Walkers are welcome.
Yes, the course is certified and measured by USA Track & Field.
Mettle Events will again provide our timing service.
Yes. Childcare services will be provided at the race tent by the Middlesex Family YMCA.
There are no refunds if you are unable to participate. You may transfer your registration to another participant online until July 5.
No. The race will be held rain or shine.
The 5K does not have any age restrictions. The Kids Fun Run is open to participants 12 and under.
Male & female age competition categories are as follows: < 9, 9-11, 12-14, 15-19, 20-24 then five year increments till 70+.
Teams can be created during or after registration, with a minimum 4 runners per team. Overall place of each of the top 4 5K finishers on each team add up to overall team score. Lowest team score wins.
Strollers, bikes, roller blades, pets and headphones are not allowed. Strollers are allowed for the Kids Fun Run.
Yes. Water will be available along the course. Complimentary bottled water and snacks are available for participants after the race. A pancake breakfast will also be available at extra charge.
Yes! In addition to participation medals for everyone, the top three male & female finishers in each age group, overall male & female winners, and top three teams will receive special awards.
From wedding receptions to political candidate forums, art classes, and educational events, the DCA Community Center is a beautiful, low-cost gathering spot.
Home of the Deltaville Sharks swimming team and learning venue for every Middlesex 2nd grader to become a safe swimmer, the pool provides relaxation and relief to members and visitors throughout the summer.
Hosting small-town baseball since 1948, the ball park is in the midst of a multi-year restoration project and a historic designation initiative. Phase 2 of the restoration is a designated beneficiary of this year's event, as it was in 2018.
A basketball court, tennis/pickleball courts, a children's playground, and an event quad that hosts the annual Deltaville Seafood Festival.
The Rappahannock River Railroaders occupies the 2nd floor of 83 Ball Park Road, providing educational opportunities, three model railroad layouts, and a traveling exhibit.
The DCA is a non-profit organization serving the Deltaville community in ways that better the quality of life for residents and visitors. All funding for the above activities is from donations and fundraising thanks to dozens of volunteers.
Truly a Community event, the success depends on our sponsors and volunteers.
We are immensely grateful to the race sponsors for giving back to the community. Sponsors receive logo placement and other recognition on banners, T-shirts, and other media depending on level of sponsorship.
Email us with subject "5K Sponsor" to 5K@DeltavilleVA.com .
Be the fun: help with registration, water stations, course attendance, post-race snacks, videography, photography and more. Volunteers are critical to the race's success. Email with subject "5K Volunteer" to 5K@DeltavilleVA.com.
Presented by the Deltaville Community Association