Join us for the 13th annual Jodi’s Race for Awareness on June 11th in City Park! Jodi’s Race is the 2nd largest ovarian cancer run/walk in the country and celebrates those bravely fighting this disease and lovingly pays tribute to those who have lost the fight. This is not just a race ─ it’s an event for the whole family featuring a family fun zone, expo, team t-shirt contest, furry friends, and more. Join the community, help spread awareness, and support the women you love! https://www.jodisrace.org/
Location and Parking
Jodi’s Race takes place in Denver’s City Park with most activities happening in front of the City Park Pavilion. You can view a map of the area HERE.
Free parking is available at East High School and around City Park in the surrounding neighborhood.
View the EAST HIGH SCHOOL PARKING MAP.
Parking lot entrance is on 16th Ave, between Josephine and City Park Esplanade.
There is NO shuttle service between East High School and the Pavilion.
Unfortunately we are not able to offer close-in handicapped parking this year as the road leading to the parking lot is also part of the 5K race route.
HOWEVER, you are able to park at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science parking lot and then be shuttled to the Pavilion via GOLF CART. You will need a parking pass to be able to park at the DNMS. You must contact Jeanene@Colo-OvarianCancer.org to receive a parking pass.
Here is a map showing how to get to the MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE parking lot.
View the map for walking from the MUSEUM OF NATURE AND SCIENCE to the PAVILION.
If you or someone in your party is unable to transfer from a car to a golf cart, please contact Jeanene@Colo-OvarianCancer.org or 720-971-9436 BEFORE June 4, 2021.
Parking is available again this year for survivors in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science parking lot. PLEASE NOTE: Due to COVID restrictions, we are unable to provide a shuttle service between the Museum parking lot and the City Park Pavilion. A 6-passenger golf cart will be available if you’re unable to walk the 0.5 mile distance to the Pavilion.
Survivors who register for the in-person race will automatically be sent a parking pass and map one week prior to the race.