The Chester County Color 5k Run/Walk
Returns on October 8, 2022

We are pleased to announce that the 6th annual Chester County Color 5K run/walk is returning on Saturday morning, October 8th. This year's event will be held on the Chester Valley Trail, starting and ending in Exton Park. This timed 5K event is open to both runners and walkers!

The Chester County Color 5k supports Chester County’s fight against opioid and heroin addiction, and over the years has raised nearly $200,000 to fund the fight. 

Saturday, October 8th

  • 8:00am - On-site Registration
  • 8:45am - Presentation
  • 9:00am - Race Begins

Start/Finish line at Exton Park, 800 Swedesford Road, Exton


Parking will be at the Valley Creek Corporate Center. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the race (9:00am) to allow time for parking and walking to the start line.

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2022 Color Run Poster

Eary Registration Check-in and Packet Pickup
Early check-in will be available on Friday, October 7th from 1:00pm-6:00pm at Exton Park. Pick up your packet (shirts, bibs and race bags) on Friday and avoid the registration line on the morning of the race! 

  • WHEN:  Friday, October 7th 1:00pm-6:00pm
  • WHERE:  Exton Park - 122 Church Farm Lane, Exton (follow the signs to the regsitration area)

No ID is necessary. You may pick up for friends and/or family members that are also registered for the race. 

If you are checking in early for a large team, please send us an email with the team name and approximate time of pick up so we can have your team checked in when you arrive.

2022 Chester County Color 5k Sponsors

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Chester County District Attorney's Office
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Celebrate Recovery
IBEW Local 654
Chester Country Commissioners
EMS Council
Chester County Democratic Committee
CC Republican Committe
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Root to Recovery
MVP recovery

COPE Program

Funds generated through this year’s Color 5K will support Chester County’s Community Outreach Prevention and Education – or COPE – program.

Chester County’s creation of the COPE program has proved to be a big step forward in the effort to try and steer those who have overdosed into a treatment setting, which ultimately can lead to recovery. 

Through the COPE program, overdose survivors who are being treated in emergency rooms at any hospital in Chester County can meet with a certified recovery specialist within an hour of entering the ER. The peer specialist engages with the overdose survivor and provides personal support and a direct connection to treatment and recovery services.