Get your SPOOK on with our annual Vampire-O tradition on October 28th. It’s a family-friendly journey through the woods of Darlington Provincial Park.We’ll give you a map and it’s up to you to navigate and find as many checkpoints (and avoid zombies!) as you can in 90 minutes in the dark.
Each racer should have a headlamp or flashlight. Consider giving your children a bike flasher or glowstick.
Terrain: Many trails, shallow contours, some clear areas, but generally infested with Zombies and Vampires.
Costumes: okay, not required, but come on, it's Halloween! Dress for the weather. We run rain or moonshine!
|Start time||Saturday, October 28th, 6:45 pm|
Meet directors: Michael Johnston
Course setters: Michael Johnston
Take Highway 401 east past Oshawa to the Courtice Road exit. Follow Courtice Road south and take the first right. Follow the road west to the park entrance. Stop here and get a Pay and Display park pass from the vending machine. Continue through the main gate to the first parking lot by the Park Office and park here. Follow the hordes to the picnic shelter across the road.
Please drive carefully once you are in the park! There will be minions scampering everywhere.
|Location|| Darlington Provincial Park|
Contour Interval: 5m
Night Score Event - participants will visit as many controls as possible, in any order, within a 90 minute time limit.
Adults - $15 until Oct 24th, $20 on race day (TOC Members discount for half-price entry!)
You are responsible for paying the self-serve parking fee for your vehicle. The parking lot is monitored.
Many trails, shallow contours, some clear areas, but generally infested with Zombies and Vampires.