Loantaka Brook Park, South Street parking area, Morristown
(GPS = 467 South St, Morristown, NJ 07050)
6:30 AM- A group will be running an 8 mile loop returning to the park before 8:00 AM.
8:00 AM - Various paces and distances.
Stop by The Green Village Deli for coffee afterward.
Sunday - November 26th
Corner of School Street & Willow Avenue, Peapack
(GPS = 1 School Street, Peapack, NJ 07977)
8:00 AM - 5 or 8 mile out and back on scenic paved roads. Other distance options available.
Park in the Peapack-Gladstone Library lot on School St., one block up Willow Ave. from Main St.
Stop by the Gladstone Market for coffee afterward. 279 Main St., just past the Gladstone train station and opposite the PO.
Run Well, Run Strong!
Group Run Locations
We schedule weekly group runs for members of all running abilities. Our Saturday morning runs are held in Morristown's Loantaka Park, opposite 467 South Street, Morristown, 07950. The main group starts out at 8:00 AM running various distances, but some folks start at either 6:00 AM or 7:00 AM to run a 5 or 6 mile loop beforehand. They return to the park in time to join the core group of runners at 8:00 AM. We also schedule an 8:00 AM Sunday run. The Sunday run generally starts at School Street & Willow Avene in Peapack, but at times alternate locations are also scheduled. There are various weekday runs as well. The club weekly email contains the current schedule which is also posted on the top of this page. If you have an idea for a club run, please feel free to share it with us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Loantaka Park, Morristown, NJ
We generally get together for a post-run stop at a nearby deli or bakery. On Saturday's we stop by the Green Village Deli opposite the firehouse on Green Village Road. If we run from Peapack on Sunday's our favorite stop is Coco Luxe at the corner of Main Street & Willow Avenue. These gatherings are always fun, so try to plan your schedule so you can join us.
Art, Susan, Tish, Jodi and Ozzie finishing a run on Columbia Trail.
"Marathoning is just another form of insanity." John J. Kelly, winner of the 1952 Boston Marathon