American Runner Blog’s Top Picks for Best Georgia Running Events October 2022 are the Atlanta 10 Miler, Under the Oaks Run Half Marathon on Jekyll Island, AthHalf Athens Half Marathon, and the Mystery Mountain Trail Races near Chatsworth
2022 Georgia Race Calendar’s Top Picks for running in August are the Atlanta Track Club’s Decatur 4-Miler, Allatoona Creek Trail run near Acworth, H9 Dragon Trail Ultra in Blairsville, and the Area 13.1 Nighttime Half Marathon in Roswell.
2022 Georgia Race Calendar’s Top Picks for July include the World’s Largest 10k: Atlanta Peachtree Road Race, two Trail Runs within an hour of Atlanta, plus a Sultry Swamp Run down in Savannah that will make you appreciate the treats on River Street after it’s over.
2022 Georgia Race Calendar Top Picks for June. Atlanta runners like the Hotlanta Half Marathon and Ice Cream lovers Papa’s Peach Classic 5k near Macon. Our 10K race near Atlanta runs along the Chattahoochee River. And our Trail Run offers you a killer mountain event up in beautiful Sky Valley, Georgia.
Hey Georgia! Here’s our Top Picks for Running in May: you can run a marathon along shaded banks of the Chattahoochee River in events in Atlanta or Columbus, run a 5k or 10k race around antebellum homes in beautiful little Madison just east of the city, or head north to run on horse trails at the Mountain Goat Adventure trail running races at Garland Mountain.
Hey Georgia! Here’s our Top Picks for Running in April: The Atlanta Dogwood Festival Mimosa 5k, Chasing Jefferson Davis Marathon in Abbeville, the inaugural Vidalia Onion Run Half Marathon, and the ‘fill out your will before you run this hill’ Brasstown Ball Buster 5k just up the road from Helen.
Hey Georgia, let’s go for a run! Here are fantastic runs for March ’22: The Berry Half (Atlanta), the Albany Marathon (Best), the Skidaway Marathon (Complete) and the Canyon Crash in gorgeous Providence Canyon (Difficult).
February ’22: Excellent GA races! The Hot Chocolate (Atlanta), the Augusta Half Marathon (Best), the Yeti NIGHTmare (Complete) and, of course, the Atlanta Marathon (Difficult). Spring is coming!
This month we look at four great races: The Polar Bear Run (Atlanta), the Red Nose Half Marathon (Best), the Callaway Gardens Marathon (Complete) and the Hogpen Hill Climb (Difficult). Sure it’s cold, but we keep running!