Clat Adams Bicentennial Park
Run along a mostly north-south course along the banks of the river in this central Illinois town, the race follows an out-and-back course that starts and finishes at Clat Adams Bicentennial Park downtown on Front Street, between Vermont and Hampshire Streets.
From there, the race makes its two crossings of the Bay Bridge over the Mississippi (which connects Quincy with West Quincy in the state of Missouri), returning immediately back over the bridge for the remainder of the race.
After making their way back into Illinois, runners then follow the course through a series of urban parks and green spaces — including Riverview Park, All-American City Park, Gardner Park and Parker Heights Park.
Runners follow Route 7 (which turns into Bayview Drive) for the next several miles until reaching the turnaround point at about the mile 8 marker, near the intersection with Boy Scout Road. From there, the race takes runners back along the route they’ve just run, back to the finish line downtown at Clat Adams Park.
This stretch of the Mississippi is part of the land made famous in Twain’s novels like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, so persons with a literary bent should especially enjoy this race.
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