Save the Date: Frenzy on the Fox

Frenzy On The Fox

Date: January 13, 2023

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Check-in and registration starts at 5:30 p.m.

Location: Start and finish in the Adams Street Parking Lot .
Check-in and registration inside the former Koko Sushi Restaurant located next to Erbert and Gerbert’s at 226 N. Washington Street.

Cost: $15 in advance
$20 on site

Register online or call (920) 448-3365

Join the City of Green Bay Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department for the 7th annual Frenzy on the Fox on Friday, January 13, 2023.

This event was created in celebration of the Fox River Trail being plowed for winter recreation. We will be hosting this event in partnership with Brown County, Village of Allouez, Wello, Friends of the Fox River Trail, and Downtown Green Bay, Inc. This exciting active and social opportunity will provide you a fun experience, even in the cold winter months. The Frenzy on the Fox will start and finish in the Adams Street Parking Lot.

For every registration received on January 6 or 7 (Friday / Saturday), $5 will be given to the Friends of the Fox River Trail Capital Fundraising campaign.

The event will start at 6:00 p.m. Check-in and registration begins at 5:30 p.m. inside the former Koko Sushi Restaurant. Early Bird Registration will guarantee a Frenzy on the Fox stocking cap. All participants are invited to a post-race after-party including music, food, and drinks! Stay tuned for all the latest, and use the hashtag #Frenzy23 to share your posts and photos! 

Published by Friends of the Fox River Trail

Friends for the Fox River Trail (FFRT) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping the Brown County Parks Department with the maintenance and upkeep of the Fox River State Recreational Trail in Brown County. Over the past 16 years, the FFRT have helped to raise money to pave additional mileage, to build bathrooms, picnic areas and rest stops. Upcoming projects include working with the Village of Allouez on installing a walking trail and picnic area next to the river in Sunset Park. Besides fundraising, the FFRT hosts work days to help remove invasive species and clean up the areas around the trail.

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