The Event

Don’t miss out on Beaverton’s SECOND ANNUAL Sun Run, a premier family event hosted by the Beaverton Rotary Club. The challenging 10K route will take you from Griffith Park near Beaverton Town Square and through the Central Beaverton neighborhood. The 5K is an event for the whole family, including runners, fast walkers, and families with strollers and dogs. The kid’s dash is perfect for competitors 10 years and under.
Kid’s Dash participants will register the day of the event


The Beaverton Sun Run will raise funds for Home Plate Youth Services and Beaverton PAL (Police Activities League) this year. Additionally, proceeds will be used to fund other Rotary projects that benefit children and families in the Beaverton area and around the world. More information on Beaverton Rotary projects is available and you can learn more by visiting the Beaverton Rotary website.

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

We are proud to support the T.V. Gleaners ( in their fight against hunger. They will be collecting donations of non-perishable food items, household goods, personal items and pet food at registration. Donations gratefully accepted but are NOT required.

Free T-Shirt
All participants who register prior to July 7th will receive a free tee shirt. We cannot guarantee a free tee shirt for anyone registering after July 7th.
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Please park in the Beaverton Town Square parking lot, across Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy from Griffith Park.

Strollers and Dogs

Strollers and dogs are welcome, whether you are running or walking. However, runners without dogs or strollers will start first, and runners with strollers or dogs will have a delayed start.


If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us at

Tentative Route

Tentative Route


7:00 am – 8:00 am
Day of Event Registration & Check In
8:00 am
10K Run starts
8:10 am
5K Run/Walk starts
9:00 am
Kids Dash starts (10 & under)

We reserve the right to limit the size of the field or change course, if necessary, to ensure the best interests and safety of all participants and the efficient conduct of the event.