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Organ Trail - Zombie Run

The Virus Returns!  

Walk, Run, or Creep to receive the antidote!  

Join us October 27th, 2018 at The State Fairgrounds in Douglas, Wyoming!  Click Here To Register! 

When: Check In begins at 3:00-4:30 pm day of; 5:00 pm start

Where: Event starts and finishes at the Wyoming State Fair Grounds

The Organ Trail Zombie 5K & 10K is a zombie-themed running event that traverses throughout the Wyoming State Fair Grounds and the river walk in Douglas, WY.  The event is organized annually by the Memorial Hospital of Converse County with the support of many local organizations and businesses.

New This Year:

The Runner’s Package: 10K event is timed and competitive runners are welcome and receive a custom numbered race bib. First 100 registrants receive a finisher’s medal. See map of the course.

The Scare Package: 5K event is not timed and is not a competition- just a fun, family experience around the Wyoming State Fair Grounds. First 100 registrants receive a finisher’s medal. See map of the course.

Start and Finish Location: Goat Barn near the Yellowstone Hwy bridge


Participants Receive:

2018 Organ Trail Zombie 5K T-shirt

Cheeseburger or Hotdog and sides from our Arbor Café

a Survivor’s Swag Bag Health Kit with custom zombie cup

and an entrance into the post-race Decontamination Party and an entrance into the BACA Haunted house.  



$25 Adults

$50 Family (2 adults, up to 3 kids)

$20 Students (12th grade and down)

6 years and younger are free (but do not receive a t-shirt)


How Do I Register for this Amazing Event?:

You have three ways to register:

Go to by clicking here  or stop by the MHCC welcome desk to pick up a registration form


Other Information:

What are Survivors?: The survivors are the runner/walkers that have the goal of getting from one safe house to the other safe house without having both flags taken…and becoming “Infected”.


The Green Experience: If a participant wants to take part, but not be approached by the zombies then they’ll be given a green glow stick (and will not have yellow flags) that shows the zombie that they are not to be approached (not pursued). 

Strollers are allowed as long as the supervising adult is wearing a green glow stick and doing the “green experience”.


What are Zombies and what are their rules?:

All of our zombies are Middle School and High School volunteers. The zombies’ goal is to slowly move and pull the runner/walkers’ caution tape flags as the survivors pass by. Zombies will be preplaced before the start along the course in one of the many zombie zones. Zombies can only use 1 arm and 1 leg at a time to move (e.g., drag one leg and use one arm to grab flags of runners going by). This is a fun run/walk and is not competitive and will not be timed. Runner/walkers and Zombies must stay on the designated course—see the course map.


Registration and Where do we pick up t-shirts and race packets?:
Packets and shirts will be available for pick-up at the Goat Barn on event day (starting at 3pm). Race day registration (at the MOB) starts at 3pm and closes at 4:30pm.


Can I attack or will I get attacked?:
No direct or intentional contact with another survivor or zombie is permitted (course monitors will be present).  Zombies can go after runners' (Caution Tape) flags but cannot grab body parts, completely impede passage, or tackle.  Runners cannot push other runners into zombies.  No fake (or real) weapons allowed.  Violators of this rule will be asked to leave the event.


Questions?: Please contact Tom Holt at or 307.358.2122 ex.2026