Welcome to CCRR(check out our video below)


The Corpus Christi Roadrunners are committed to providing a variety of safe, fun, and friendly environments for runners and walkers of all ages and, most importantly, for the citizens of Corpus Christi and their abilities to support their objectives and promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. 

Our club's membership includes walkers, joggers, non-competitive and competitive runners. Everyone is welcome to participate in any of the race events (click here for races) or to come out to one of the weekly training runs (click here for group runs). If you aren't a runner but would like to be involved, we always need volunteers for races. We have many months of 'running' weather here in Corpus Christi and we like to take advantage of that fact. You'll find that there are runs of all types year round. All CCRR sponsored races have a professional timing company to handle the results. 
We have reasonable yearly dues for individuals and families . Our dues help to support many local charitable organizations. Our biggest event of the year is BEACH To BAY , with over 2400 (in 2014) 6-man teams, raising over $86,000 being given to different charities and organizations here in our community, as well as bringing in many visitors to our city.

   Our Club Story   Membership


CCRR sponsored Runs See Race/Runs page

Places to run (off road) in Corpus 
1.  The Seawall Downtown: you can start at the water gardens and run to the end Cole park (side walk ends at Ocean dr) ~3.5 miles with water fountains along the way.
     2. Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve:
 Non lighted. Approximately 4 miles of soft or sidewalk trails that wind and lead to areas of interest such as a boardwalk lookout, a large metal Crane statue and a learning center.
Water fountain at Oso Parkway end of trail.
    3. Shea Parkway Trail: start at Shea Parkway  North of Saratoga goes to Yorktown approx 2.0 miles. Cinder trail & water fountains along the way.
   4.  Bear Creek Trail Starts at
 Yorktown abt .2 miles East from the corner of Cimarron / Yorktown
Cinder Trail and sidewalk for 1.3 miles.. can get on the Bill Witt trails
at the end of this trail for more distance.
   5.  TAMUCC Nature Trail -1.5 mile
   from Ocean Dr @ Island Blvd   around the campus back to Ocean Dr @  the Learning Center Driveway on the East side of Campus- Paved, lighted and water fountains at each end of the trail.
NOTE: you can add mileage by
turning east (right) as you leave the campus and run to the NASCC gate.

From the East campus exit/entrance (it's 2.1 miles to the gate)
6.  North Beach Boardwalk - 1.25 mile (1 way) wide side walks with water fountain at the end. Start at the Lexington and runs along the shore line. There is a bird lookout platform at the end of the walk.
7.  Joe Fulton Corridor 3 mile Hike/Bike Trail.  Parking Entrance is approximately 5.25 miles from the I37/Joe Fulton Intersection (Exit 10).
No water, No Lights on this paved course.
I will continue to update this info


How to Organize your
or Race or Run

There are lots of ins and outs to organizing your own race or run. We have some helpful information that will get you started on the right 'track'. (Oh yes, I did say that :) )

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Race Reports

We support My TEAM TRIUMPH - READ MORE about this great opportunity to share your sport with those with disabilities.          EMAIL FOR MORE INFO                    



Runner Of The Year is a program designed to encourage participation in local events for CCRR members and to encourage membership. Races that are designated "ROTY" are eligible for participation points towards members' ROTY standings. If you are a member in good standing you are automatically enrolled the the ROTY program.
This year's ROTY winners received awards totaling $3500.00 divided among runners in different age categories.

Membership Renewal by:
11/30= 6 ROTY pts, 12/15 = 4 ROTY pts
 12/31 = 2 ROTY pts.


Denise Sudell EMAIL

ROTY Rules & Standings
 (GoogleDrive PDF)

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