The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon and Half Marathon courses are considered to be fast and flat, by race industry comparisons. The courses finish with a “tailgate” themed party in the Lambeau Field parking lot! The half marathon and marathon start together in front of Lambeau Field. The initial miles pass along tree-lined streets in west Green Bay and the village of Ashwaubenon. After the half marathoners split off towards the finish at Lambeau Field, the marathoners head to the village of De Pere and cross their new bridge before a scenic, six mile stretch along the Fox River Trail. The asphalt trail runs along the river from DePere, through Allouez, to downtown Green Bay before crossing the Walnut Street bridge. It then continues through more Green Bay neighborhoods before returning to Lambeau Field. Come enjoy the fun!
Road/Traffic Disruption Information (for 2014)
For the 5K route intersection disruption schedule click HERE.
For the Half Marathon route intersection disruption schedule click HERE.
For the Marathon route intersection disruption schedule click HERE.
Additional Course Information
The course will be well marked with cones, barricades, signs, police officials, and volunteers. All busy intersections will be patrolled by police. The finish line will close after 7 hours after the last distance runner begins (i.e. approximately 2:10 pm).
- No bicycling is allowed on the course.
- Excluding the start and finish, the marathon course will have 20 water stations and the half marathon course will have 9 water stations. All of the stations will offer Nicolet Water and Gatorade Endurnace Formula. Volunteers will be trained so that runners know which product they are offering. Each station will also have porta-potties.
- Timing Mats will be located at miles 5, 10, 13.1, 15, 20 and one-mile-to-go. Each of these mats will be linked to the Cellcom cellular network for text message updates of your progress to family and friends. Sign up for this program will be available beginning May 1st.
- There will be medical stations located at every water station along the course.