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The location for the Fantastic Frigid 5K Series is at Stratford Ecological Center. The route contains sections of grassy fields, grass trail, hard-packed earthen trail, and crushed gravel trail. And if it's like some years, plenty of snow. Trail shoes or Gore-Tex shoes are great if you have them, but are not necessary to participate. Just know that due to the nature of the course and the time of year, your feet could be a bit wet from snow during the run.
In the event of snow, the plowing of the running path will not occur. We're not afraid of a little powder.
The Stratford Ecological Center is a non-profit educational organic farm and nature preserve on 236 acres in Delaware County, Ohio. Visitors are welcome to explore the land when the preserve is open, hike the 4 miles of nature trails, visit the livestock, tour the gardens and greenhouses or explore the creek, pond, prairie, swamps or State Nature Preserve. Farm products are available for sale seasonally, based on availability.