20th Annual RunWalkBark4Dreams

Taking Steps to Make Dreams Come True

Participants of the 20th Annual RunWalkBark4Dreams raised funds to make dreams come true for Amaya, Caleb, Jazmine, and Zach! This 5K fun run and 2-mile walk was held in person in Newtown, PA, and virtually across the country.

Amaya, diagnosed with Septo-optic dysplasia, dreams of visiting Cinderella’s castle at Disney.

Caleb, with Chiari malformation, epilepsy, and global developmental delays, dreams of meeting Mickey Mouse at Disney World.

Jazmine, who was born with a congenital malformation of the brain, dreams of visiting the Florida theme parks.

Zach, who has autism, epilepsy, and sensory processing disorder, dreams of trip to Atlanta to visit the aquarium.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our RunWalkBark4Dreams at Tyler State Park!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Virtual RunWalkBark4Dreams!

Thank You to our 2022 Sponsors!

Help make more dreams come true by sponsoring the event.

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In-Person Event Details
Newtown, PA – Sat., May 21, 2022

10 Stable Mill Road, Richboro PA 18954

Set in the beautiful Tyler State Park, join our 5K run or 2-mile walk starting at the Tyler Arts Center. Family-Friendly Event for the Entire Family – Including Dogs! Para athletes encouraged!

Rain or Shine
Registration 8:00 a.m.
9 a.m. 5K Start
Walk immediately follows

Run/Walk Path

The start line is off of the #1 Lane Trail at the Tyler Art Center. Run proceeds through the park along rolling hills and picturesque surroundings. The 5K run and 2-mile walk is a mix of both hilly and flat terrain. Families, strollers, wheelchairs, and dog walkers, of all ages, are encouraged to be a part of the walk. The walk is NOT timed, however, there will be a digital clock at the finish.


The Tyler State Park, #1 Lane Trail is located at the Tyler Art Center along Newtown-Richboro Road, next door to the Northampton Civic Center.
For GPS use: 10 Stable Mill Road, Richboro PA 18954. Tyler State Park will bring you to the incorrect park location.


Ample parking is available in the fields and lots near the start line. ADA accessible parking is located next to the starting line.