Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k

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Enjoy the whoops and cheers of the crowd as you take on 4 laps of this well-known course. Flat as a pancake and on entirely paved roads, this is a good one if you're after a PR. And who can say no to the promise of post-race street tacos?
Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k, and 1 more
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7:00am Sun 7th Aug 2022 - 7:45am Sun 7th Aug 2022
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Camarillo, United States
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Where and when
Pleasant Valley Fields - Snack Bar, 152 Westpark Ct, Camarillo, CA 93010, USA
Start times
7:00am Sun 7th Aug 2022
7:15am Sun 7th Aug 2022
Half Marathon:
7:30am Sun 7th Aug 2022
7:45am Sun 7th Aug 2022
Event summary
Here are the distances available for Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k
$100 - $140
Half Marathon
$75 - $110
$50 - $75
$35 - $55
Route information
Full and Half Marathon
The race starts at the park soccer fields.
Head east towards the Camarillo Bike path, turn right onto the Camarillo Bike path to the designated turn around point for your race distance, turn around and head north still on the bike path towards Upland rd and turn around and back towards the main park entrance to the upper bike path LOOP TWO SIGN and start your second loop. At the end of your last loop you will run through the blue finish chute.
The full marathon is 4 loops; the half marathon is 2 loops.
10k course
The race starts at the park soccer fields.
Head east onto the bike path, turn right on the bike path towards Pleasant Valley Rd, to the 10k turnaround sign and back along the bike path heading north towards Upland Rd. Turn around at Upland road and back to the finish line.
Keep to the right of the bike path at all times .
5k course
The race starts at the park soccer fields.
Head east onto the bike path, turn right on the bike path towards Pleasant Valley Rd, to the 5k turnaround sign and back along the bike path heading north towards Adolfo Rd. Turn around at Adolfo road and back to the finish line.
Keep to the right of the bike path at all times.
Weekend warriors / Beginners / walkers:
Yes, very walker friendly course, mostly flat, plenty of water stations, and loads of fun! Generous 7:00 hour time limit for the Full Marathon so take your time and enjoy the scenery, all levels of fitness are welcome at our events. Full marathon is 4 loops of this course.
Middle of the pack runners:
All flat course and a great way to complete your first of many road races. Very spectator friendly and loads of beautiful views along the bike path.
Elite and Advanced runners:
All flat course and perfect for a new PR (personal record). The two loop half marathon course is perfect for your new pr 4 loops for the full marathon
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What's included
  • Finisher's Medal
  • Race day t-shirt
  • ​Re-usable goody bag
How to get there
Pleasant Valley Fields - Snack Bar, 152 Westpark Ct, Camarillo, CA 93010, USA
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By Car
Take exit 53A off the US-101 to reach the event.
Parking will be available at the event.
Event day logistics
10am - 2pm Race pack collection at CycleBar Camarillo (2510 Las Posas RD Suite G Camarillo, CA 93010)
7am Marathon start
7:15am Half marathon start
7:30am 10k start
7:45am 5k starts
Start / Finish line
The start and the finish line are in the middle of the park near the sack bar.
Race pack collection
This is where you pick up your race timing chip, race bib number, and race day t-shirt, ask your pre-race questions and check out the course map.
Time: Saturday before the race 10am - 2pm. There will be NO Race Day Registration
Location: Pleasant Valley Fields Park, 150 Westpark CT, Camarillo, CA 93012
Virtual Runners
Runners can choose to enter the event virtually. All you need to do is complete the race distance on your own, send us your finisher pic and time, the organiser will send you your race day swag.
Will there be toilets along at the Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k?
Yes, portable toilets will be on the course about every 1.5 miles, free standing bathrooms at the park.
Can I pick up my race packet on the day of Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k?
Yes, you can pick up your race packet on race day, but we advise you to come early. There may be hundreds of people doing the same and it may take a little time.
Can I walk the Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k?
Yes, participants are welcome to walk the course.
93 reviews
FamilyFamily friendly
LighteningPerfect for a pb
BicepFlexChallenging course
Did the race in 2022
Due to the event being ran on a trail system vs a road took away the uniqueness of this is area. My time was recorded incorrectly (18 min difference) . With really only one food truck and nothing else around the event, it didn't really have me wanting to do this half marathon again.
Did the race in 2022
Second time running this event, really enjoy it, thank you!
Did the race in 2022
Overall good experience for my 3rd 10k! I set a new PR! Highly recommend this to others who are just starting out. Also, it had a friendly atmosphere! Thanks to all that help made this an enjoyable experience!
Did the race in 2022
The set up was pretty bad overall. No salt tabs or goo offered during the event. It looked like they ran out of water and the staff was not medically trained to deal with personnel falling out. Witnessed one member from staff unsure what to do when runner fell out. Luckily, a spectator was medically qualified and present to assist. Overall, this was terrible and would suggest better planning and set up.
Did the race in 2022
Me gusto correr en este lugar porque es muy seguro y no te expones a cruzar entre los automobiles y los puntos de hidratacion no se retiran hasta que todos lleguen a la meta final.
Did the race in 2022
The course was poorly marked, with no signage as to direction. The course was 4 loops and on the last loop runners were supposed to veer to the left on a fork instead of a right, but there was no sign indicating it. Because of this, myself and many runners alongside me did not run the right path to the finish line. The race director, Bill, indicated at the beginning of the race that runners were just supposed to "know the course." Bill did not have a gate opened that was necessary for runners to stay on course, and so runners had to run off course to get around the gate. Bill mentioned to us before the race that there were no pacers, but assured us that there were "mile markers to help us." The course was missing over 6 mile markers. Bill was rude and loud and poorly managed the race. It appeared that he was doing much of the managing on his own, and based on his personality and the way he spoke to the ladies he was working with at the packet pickup, it felt like he was power tripping. He should not manage another race without proper help. Myself and my friends will not be attending any races managed by him again.
Did the race in 2022
The race was exactly as advertised - a well-run event on a bike path along a riverbed. Flat and fast. This is a good event to try for a BQ. The race staff and runners were very friendly and supportive.
Did the race in 2022
Seems like a high price for a course on a bike path that was still open to the public, required several laps, and had no bathrooms available along the course. Organization was great and the tacos were a great cherry on top.
Did the race in 2022
The guy who emceed the whole event (race start + trophies) was incredible. Organization was great. The only downsides for me were the course (psychological torture with the out-and-back so many times) and the no cups at water stations -- love the environmental consideration behind it, but part of the joy of racing is not needing to carry anything!
Did the race in 2022
This event was poorly ran. For how much money it cost, it was appalling that cups were not provided for runners when it was so hot outside. On top of this, it seemed as if none of the crew members were equipped to help guide runners, specifically on the last lap of the course. When the race started, there was a far too casual announcement to make sure everyone knew the path of the course despite it being 6am (start time) at that point. Then, the organizer of the race quickly said "go" giving us no preparation to start our watches. Then, the gate to the bike path was locked causing all the runners to have to go around while yelling back to everyone to go around. The run itself became routine and was easy to figure out. However, on the final lap I asked about six crew members if I needed to go to the finish line or up the bike path again. Not a single person gave me an answer and they all looked confused. I ran straight to the finish line thankfully and finished. However, my boyfriend went off course due to confusion and heat exhaustion and ended up fainting up at the top (not the finish line). When he fainted, medical professionals did not respond but told us he needed to walk DOWN to the medics to which we replied he had passed out and unable to do so. The medics did their best, but were ill equipped to help him. He then was transferred via ambulance which we had to call ourselves. This race was a disaster and should be far more equipped if it is going to be a Boston Qualifier. If you are not going to provide cups, prepare for many runners to be dehydrated as it should not be required to run with a cup for almost four hours in the blazing sun. It is also unacceptable to have so many bystanders on course handing out water and getting in the way of other runners. I will not recommend this race and hope in the future the necessary steps are taken to make sure runners have the correct information and care if need be.
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