Make your run count at Rochester’s wildest 5K while supporting the Zoo’s education and conservation programs! With three race options for participants of all ages and abilities, this annual event is the perfect family tradition.COST: 5K Jungle Jog: $25 | Virtual Runner: $25 | Seneca Park Mile: $15 | Kids’ Fun Run: FreeVIRTUAL RUNNER: Whether you’re not a runner, live out of town, or have a conflict, you can still make a difference by becoming a Virtual Runner. Register for the walk, receive a t-shirt, and still make a difference.T-SHIRTS: All registered participants will receive a cotton T-shirt included with the registration fee for the 5K and the Seneca Park Mile only. Dri Tech T-shirts can be substituted for an additional $8 if registered by June 30.DETAILS: By providing your email, you will receive information closer to Jungle Jog to help you plan your day. For more information, please email email@example.com.FUNDRAISE: Want to do more for lemur conservation efforts? Set up your own fundraising page for Jungle Jog here and click “Join Team.” Reach out to your family, friends, and coworkers and have them support our mission by donating to your page.DAY OF6:30 – 8:30 a.m.: CHECK IN. Pick up your race number and t-shirt at the Wegman Lodge in lower Seneca park. There will be NO REGISTRATION day of. You MUST pre-register online by Wednesday, July 13.8:30 a.m.: 5K JUNGLE JOG. This USATF-certified course (NY12080JG) runs through lower Seneca Park and sections of the Zoo.9:30 a.m.: KIDS’ FUN RUN. This 50-yard dash is perfect for the little ones! Located in the grassy area across from the Wegman Lodge.9:45 a.m.: SENECA PARK MILE. Not ready for the 5K? You can still participate by walking or running the one-mile course around the Trout Pond in lower Seneca park.10:00 a.m.: AWARDS CEREMONY. Don’t leave just yet! Join us as first, second, and third place winners for each age group are announced. $100 presented to first overall male and female finishers. $50 prize for first male and female to break the course record (14:40 male and 17.52 female). Per USATF rules, awards will be based on gun time.