Thank You for Being Part of our 50th Anniversary Race
March 16th, 2024

Check your Results and Photos!

Next Year's Race is April 5th, 2025

Participant Information

Packet pick-up is held at the Seal Beach Community Center, 151 Marina Drive, Seal Beach, during the following times:

Friday, March 15th, 2024: 3:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Saturday, March 16th, 2024: 6:30 AM – 7:30 AM

  • 7:30 – Kids Fun Run
  • 8:00 – 5k/10k Runners
  • 8:05 – 5k Walkers

Parking is available throughout Old Town Seal Beach and adjoining Long Beach.   See the parking map for details.

All races start near the Marina Community Center.

The 5k runs through the streets of Old Town finishing at the iconic pier.  The new 10k course covers the 5k route plus approximately three miles on the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station.  

The course map includes mile markers and water stops.

See the FAQ page for detailed answers to frequently asked questions.


PCH will not be closed this year!  The turn pockets from PCH to Southbound Seal Beach Blvd will be closed to prevent traffic from entering the course.

Street closure times are currently under review and may be changed closer to the race.

  • 4:00 AM to 11:00 AM:
    • Marina Bridge (to/from Long Beach to Seal Beach)
    • Marina Drive – from Electric to 1st Street
    • 1st Street – Welcome Lane to Ocean Place
  • 6:45 AM to 11:00 AM
    • 1st Street – from Ocean Place to Ocean Avenue
    • Ocean Avenue – from 1st Street to 10th Street
    • Marina Drive – from 1st Street to 5th Street
  • 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    • Ocean Avenue – from 10th Street to Electric & Landing
    • Seal Beach Blvd – from Electric to Pacific Coast Hwy (PCH)
  • 7:15 AM to 11:00 AM
    • Electric Avenue – Northbound side from Seal Beach Blvd to Marina Drive

For more information see the street closure map.

  • 7:30 – Kids Fun Run
  • 8:00 – 5k/10k Runners
  • 8:05 – 5k Walkers

Review the Course Map for an overview of the race.  There is no bad place to cheer on your neighbors and friends. 

The intersection of First and Marina will feature the start and a second pass from the runners and walkers.

The intersection of Electric Avenue and Seal Beach Blvd is a chance to see participants pass in two different directions.

Don’t forget the finish line at the pier!

Run Seal Beach exists to fund our Grant Program.  Each year Grants are awarded to a variety of local non-profits focused on youth and recreational activities.

For complete information on our Grant Program, applying for a grant, and a list of past grant recipients visit our Grant Page.

We are proud to have given more than $2M back to the local community through our Grant Program.

In addition to our grant recipients, Run Seal Beach is proud to partner with a number of local charities:

  1. Ronald McDonald House of Southern California:   Participants may elect to skip their race t-shirt and instead the funds are donated to the Ronald McDonald House’s Meals of Love program in Long Beach.
  2. Seal Beach Lions Club and the National Lions Club Strides for Diabetes Awareness program.

$2,039,410 donated to date!

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