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DATE
Oct
27
2019
DISTANCE
ACTIVITY
RATING
5
9 Reviews

Customer Reviews

"Not really for holics!"

2

I agree with other reviews; the course is beautiful! However, the promise of chocolate was totally misleading. A handful of M & M's and a couple Oreos didn't cut it!

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Barb Tremel
Bear Creek, Wisconsin

"Mediocre Race"

3

Course was pretty through the trails and woods. 10k run was short the total distance and mile markers weren’t accurate (3 mile marker at 2.6 miles). No bathrooms on course and we got about $1 worth of chocolate on the entire run. Chocoholic advertising seems like a huge over promise.

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Danielle R
Clayton, Wisconsin

"No chocolate 5k"

3

I really enjoyed the course! Loved finishing in the stadium. But there's was no chocolate anywhere. End of the race, I got 2 Andes candies mints. Was there chocolate and I missed it?

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Michelle Novak
Byron, Wisconsin

"Not much chocolate for a chocolate run"

3

5k and kids run...The kids run was a little far for little ones and stary and finish not near each other for a parent to watch if child to run alone. No chocolate that I noticed on 5k course. Chocolate bar preferred over medal at finish.

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Jennifer Haen
Buchanan, Wisconsin

"Uneventful Event"

3

I completed the Chocoholic Frolic 10k. This was the first time running this race and I found it quite uneventful considering the price being paid to run. I have competed in 40+ races, so I feel like I have experiences to compare.

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Kayla J Kubat
Appleton, Wisconsin

"Great fall family friendly race"

4

My family loves doing this race every year and that’s saying a lot since my husband doesn’t run. I personally like the paved trails and the sweatshirts are a nice race shirt option that makes it unique.

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Liz
Appleton, Wisconsin

"Great"

4

I have done this race from the beginning. This was my 6th year. Normally do the 5K but did the 10k 2yrs ago

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Christina Cole
Appleton, Wisconsin

"Advertised as CHOCOHOLIC Frolic ... was less than ..."

2

No chocolate along the route as advertised. Medal was pretty neat as a “Hershey kiss”. After race refreshments were lacking. A graham cracker, 2 Oreo cookies, a marshmallow, small amount of Hershey chocolate sauce, banana, plain chips and water.

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Alta Kruger
Clayton, Wisconsin

"Chocoholic"

5

An awesome fun race with chocolate bar @ the end of race it was well organized with a beautiful scenic flat course

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Kris Rostas
Cylon, Wisconsin

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