Join us for the 12th Annual

Virtual Night Owl Run!

Night Owl Run Details:

Find up-to-date Virtual Race details on the 2020 Virtual Night Owl page

All proceeds will still go to Youth serving agencies who will need a substantial amount of support during the upcoming school year.

During a COVID Free Year the race details are as follows:

The Night Owl Run is a FUN RUN (or walk), on a 4.06 mile course (because of Montana’s famous 406 area code – the only area code) with multiple prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd male and female participants and 15th, 50th and 75th place overall.  Youngest and most seasoned participants and male and female 1st place Master’s Division participants also receive prizes.

Prizes for BEST owl costumes will be awarded at the post-race party!
(costumes must be worn during the race to qualify)

Stay for the post-race party with fruit and plenty of water to go around. Participants 21 years of age and older also receive a free Night Owl pint glass filled with beer of choice (usually with at least one or two refills) at the barbecue area.  Participants under 21 years of age receive a gift donated by area retailers and businesses!

The run starts at 7 p.m. and is 4.06 miles.  If you are a walker and you like to walk a leisurely pace, please bring a head lamp or flashlight.  There are street lights as you get near mile 3 but it never hurts to have additional torches to light your way.  If you are needing more hydration than our one water station provides, please carry water with you.

2019 NOR Fact Sheet

In the past eleven years, the Night Owl Run has raised over $65,500 with all proceeds donated back to local education and youth organizations and programs.


Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Park and Sweet Grass Counties 2012-18 $5,450
CASA of Park & Sweet Grass Counties 2017-19 $1,500
Community Health Partners 2018 $250
Community School Collaborative 2018, 19 $1000
Cool Café 2017 $500
Counterpoint 2014-19 $3,000
LINKS for Learning 2009-19 $13,900
Livingston Baseball & Softball Association 2017-18 $1,750
Livingston Education Foundation 2014-19 $5,800
Livingston Food Resource Center 2010-19 $10,100
Livingston Recreation Department 2017-19 $5,400

Special Projects

Grad Matters 2016 $1,000
Livingston Community Garden 2009 $1,300
Livingston School District
Special Project Request
2015-16 $1,700
Livingston School District
Stuff the Bus Program
2015-16 $500
Livingston School District
Educator Special Requests
2016 $200
Livingston Tennis Association 2012 $1,300
Pompey’s Playground 2017 $1,300
Park County Health
MOB’s / Local Mental Health Advisory
2018-19 $550
Park High School Special Projects 2018-19 $700


Seamus Camp Memorial Night Owl Run Scholarship 2011–19 $5,000
Clarke and Lori Smith Fundraiser 2014 $500
Volunteer Participation Award Dave Pettit SGMS Science Class 2015-17 $1,500
PEO Scholarship 2018-19 $$1,350