Gobble ‘til you wobble this November with seven races around Fort Worth. Browse our list of marathons, half marathons, and 10K + 5K races happening next month.
John Wayne Grit Series | Stockyards | Sat., Nov. 12
The 5K course starts at “John Wayne: An American Experience” and travels along the Trinity Trail. The race benefits the John Wayne Cancer Foundation.
Navy 10 Miler | NAS JRB Fort Worth | Sat., Nov. 12
The 10-mile course trails down the main runway, through a historic hanger, and past a collection of military airplanes. Proceeds benefit the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Department and future programs.
- Registration closes Wed., Nov. 9
Fort Worth Marathon | Panther Island Pavilion | Sun., Nov. 13
Run along the Trinity River and back to Panther Island Pavilion during the full marathon, half marathon, and 5K course with food trucks, hot showers, and music. The race raises funds to fight childhood obesity in the Tarrant County area.
FWRC Runners In Motion 5K | Trinity Park | Sun., Nov. 13
Hosted by the Fort Worth Runners Club, participants will start at Pavilion 3 and run a flat 5K course around Trinity Park.
- Registration closes Sun., Nov. 13
- Currently not accepting volunteers
Pumpkin Spice Half Marathon, 5K, + 10K | Panther Island Pavilion | Sat, Nov. 19
Cruise along the Trinity River during a variety of races + enjoy Pumpkin Spice coffee, hot chocolate, beer, and music after the race. Proceeds benefit various North Texas organizations including Animal Rescue Crusaders of North Texas, Hands of Hope, and Girls on the Run DFW.
Fort Worth YMCA Turkey Trot | Frost Bank | Thurs., Nov. 24
The annual Thanksgiving run starts at Frost Bank (6115 Camp Bowie Blvd.) and runs along Camp Bowie with 1K, 5K, and 10K courses. Proceeds support programs at the Y including childcare, water safety lessons, summer camp, and youth sports.
Park Glen Turkey Trot 5K Race/Run/Walk | Alliance United Methodist Church | Thurs., Nov. 24
Trot around the Park Glen Neighborhood on a paved course suitable for strollers, baby joggers, and pets. Proceeds benefit the Park Glen Scholarship Program.