Richmond Run Clubs

New to running?

Richmond has plenty of routes, trails and paths for running and walking. Being an island city, the views are scenic and breathtaking. In addition, there are several running clubs and community groups that promote wellness and active living, and are a great way to meet people in your community.


Kajaks track & field club


If you’re looking to get ready for the next Steveston Icebreaker 8K, or just want to train and run with awesome people, the Kajaks Track & Field Club offers different programs for different age groups, including a Masters program for 35+ years old. Training is held at Minoru Park for most programs. For more information head over to



Steveston Run Crew


The Steveston Run Crew (SRC) is a social run group that meets on Wednesday nights at 6:00pm at the HUB in the heart of Steveston – 3551 Moncton Street. All levels and paces are welcome for these out and back runs. They run every week, rain or shine, and it’s free to join! Follow @stvstnruncrew on Instagram for the latest news and updates or visit their website.



Richmond Olympic Park Run

Richmond Olympic parkrun is an organized, weekly 5K community event for anyone and everyone! It starts at the pathway along River Road near Cambie Street and takes place every Saturday morning at 9:00 AM. Best of all, it's free and a great way to meet new friends! Head over to for more details, as registration is required. 



The ARC'TERYX Rub Club meets 6:00pm on Monday nights at the Richmond Centre ARC'TERYX store and is open for all running levels. Run Ambassador Tim Lee, leads the participants for an 8km run at an easy pace through the streets of Richmond. To stay up to date, follow them on Strava.


La Power Running Club

Richmond LaPower Rub Club meets every Wednesday at 7:30pm at Minoru Track and is open for all running levels. Led by running coaches Xiang and Melissa. Meet on the east side by the Oval. For more information, visit: