Local Run Clubs
Looking for like-minded folks to join you for some miles? Look no further than these active run clubs in and around Durham that meet virtually every day of the week!
**All locations and meeting times subject to change, please check club link to verify **
The mission of Black Girls RUN! is to encourage African-American women to make fitness and healthy living a priority.
Black Men Run supports a wide range of abilities and is open to everyone. From first timers to advanced runners, we strive to promote increased fitness through a culture of running. Mission: To encourage health and wellness among African American men by promoting a culture of running/jogging to stay fit resulting in “A Healthy Brotherhood.”
Run. Beer. Repeat. Multiple runs with varying distances each week. All paces welcome: we run at the pace of friendship (#RATPOF)
Saturday morning longer run (8+ miles): starting near Bull City Running Company or Rise in Durham. Pace/distance varies each week. Check Facebook for weekly information on runs.
Founded in 1975 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Godiva Track Club has members of all ages and abilities.
We like hitting the trails and engaging in friendly banter, scenic runs and camaraderie. From ultra runners to weekend warriors, our goal is simply to enjoy the trails surrounding Durham.
The Mebane Running Club is a group of friends and neighbors, both new and experienced runners, who meet for a run and coffee at various times throughout the week.
Offering weekly, organized runs with a dash of spontaneous fun in Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, Pittsboro, Raleigh NC and the world since 2004.
RRC is a community of runners moving for a purpose: To create an inclusive atmosphere that rebels against stereotypes, injustice and societal norms through running and other activities that promote health and fitness in Durham and beyond. Monday evening runs of multiple distances in Downtown Durham.
Runnerpeeps is a group training program for runners and triathletes, yet it is more than running. The Peeps are healthy, lively and supportive members of our community.
A group of drinkers with a running problem. Twice a week runs from Growlr Girlz in Durham.
Single-track minds. Multiple runs each week in Carolina North Forest.
WFAR is a community based organization of running enthusiasts with the purpose of enhancing the local running environment!
Athletic training in track and field to youth 6-18 years old throughout Durham and surrounding counties.
Over the course of a 10-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop essential life skills. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5K event.
A non-profit youth running club for kids aged 7–18 for a competitive edge, exercise, or just for fun.
Competitive training for local youth regardless of skill level.