Race Details

We offer two distances for runners: a 5K and a 1-Mile Fun Run. They start at 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m., respectively.

The OKC Turkey Tracks 5K and 1-Mile Fun Run is the perfect family-friendly event to kick off your Thanksgiving celebration! We’re open to runners and walkers alike who are looking for a morning activity to get the blood flowing and the stomach moving ahead of that big afternoon feast. All ages and speeds are welcome. Strollers and canine training partners are also welcome at our event. We simply ask that you stage toward the back of the pack and to stay to the right side of the course for the safety of you and the other runners. Interested in learning more? Here’s what you need to know:

The Course and Parking Our course is located in downtown OKC.For more on the course and parking information, please click the button below. 


Every participant in our 5K and 1-Mile Fun Day will receive our incredibly comfortable, quarter-zip fleeces and a turkey-themed finisher’s medal. Want a sneak peak of the 2021 designs? Check them out above.

Packet Pickup

Thursday, November 25 (Race day)

Downtown by the start/finish near 5th and Harvey (signs will be posted)
7:30 am to 9:00 am (Please arrive early!)
Race day registration is available!

Tuesday, November 23, 2021 
Red Coyote Classen Curve
10:30 am – 5:30 pm

Wednesday, November 24, 2021
Red Coyote Classen Curve 
10:30 am – 4:00 pm




The OKC Turkey Tracks 5k will be using a multiple corral start system based on the race pace you provided during the registration process. Corrals will be assigned based on your anticipated race pace, allowing us to group like-paced participants together. This will help us ensure a safe and fun race experience for all participants. 

There will be two corrals (A and B) that will start approximately four minutes apart. Your start corral assignment will be printed on your race bib number and you can look it up by logging into your EnMotive (race registration) account.

Note: Runners can move back in corrals but not forward.  For example, a runner assigned to Corral A may line up in Corral B but a runner assigned to Corral B will not be allowed to line up in Corral A.