Umstead Trail User Survey
In order to preserve William B. Umstead State Park and continue to provide you with a high quality recreational experience, we are conducting a survey of trail users. Your cooperation in completing this survey will be greatly appreciated. By providing your email address, you will be opting in to receive occasional emails from RDU Forest about Umstead State Park and #StopRDUQuarry. To find out more details about RDU Quarry, visit:
Foxcroft Lake viewed at the border of Umstead State Park and Odd Fellows Tract on the Yellow Dot Trail.
What is your zip code?
How often do you use the trails in Umstead State Park?
Daily Between 3 and 5 times a week
1 or 2 times a week
Once a week
A couple of times a month
Once a month
A few times a year
For how many years have you been visiting Umstead State Park?
less than 1 year
1 - 2 years
3 - 5 years
6 - 8 years
8 - 10 years
greater than 10 years
Please identify your age group.
15 and under
16 to 25
66 or older
Do any children typically accompany you when you visit?
Please identify your gender.
Prefer not to say
Please identify your Race/Ethnicity?
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Hispanic or Latino or Spanish Origin
Not Hispanic or Latino or Spanish Origin
What is your primary activity on the trail?
Generally, when do you use the trail?
What time of day do you typically use the trail?
How much time do you spend on the trail each visit?
Less than 30 minutes
30 minutes to 1 hour
1 to 2 hours
More than 2 hours
Would you consider your use of the trail to be for…
Recreation Health and Exercise
Fitness Training (marathon, triathlon)
If you use the trail to commute, what is round trip mileage?
How did you find out about the trail?
Word of mouth
Umstead State Park Website
East Coast Greenway Website
Raleigh Greenway Map
Cary Greenway Map
Durham Greenway Map
Morrisville Greenway Map
Has your use of the trail influenced your purchase of:
How much did you spend in the past year on items?
During your visit did you purchase any?
Meals at a restaurant
None of these
How much did you spend on above items?
In your opinion, the maintenance of the trail is
In your opinion, the safety and security along the trail is
Connectivity of trails between Umstead and Cary, Durham, and Raleigh is:
What portions of the trail do you use most often?
Company Mill Trail
Black Creek Trail
Crabtree Creek Trail
ORCR/East Coast Greenway
South Turkey Multiuse Trail
Cedar Ridge Trail
Sal's Branch Trail
Yellow Dot Trail
Which trail access point do you use when you visit the park?
Reedy Creek Entrance (Harrison Ave) to Umstead State Park
Town of Cary’s Old Reedy Creek Road Trailhead
Trenton Road Entrance to Umstead State Park
Crabtree Creek Entrance (Glenwood) to Umstead State Park
What other amenities along the East Coast Greenway do you visit?
NC Museum of Art Park
Lake Crabtree County Park
MBiking Lake Crabtree
Prairie Ridge EcoStation
Bond Park in Cary
American Tobacco Trail
Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor
Mountains to Sea Trail
Are you familiar with the Umstead Village Trail Concept?
Are you aware of the Conservation Fund offer to purchase the Odd Fellows Tract?
Are you aware the current Wake Stone mining permit sunset clause conveys the active Triangle quarry pit to NC State Parks by 2031?
Do you support revising the RDU Airport Master Plan to better protect Umstead?
Are you vulnerable to air pollution due to asthma or health conditions?
What negative impacts from the quarry are you concerned about?
Access to the trails (what if Old Reedy Creek Road (ORCR) closed due to logging?)
Fugitive Dust emissions from logging trucks on gravel road
Safety Hazards (Conflicts between recreational users and logging trucks on ORCR)
Nuisances created by Quarry Blasts (Noise, vibrations and emissions from quarry blasts)
Nuisances created by Quarry Operations (Noise and emissions from 60 Ton Haulers, Shovels, Excavators, Crushers, Screeners, and Tractor Trailer Rigs)
Water quality and quantity impacts to Crabtree Creek due to quarry fines pollution and water hydrology changes
What mitigations would reduce safety and nuisance impacts?
No logging or mining trucks allowed on Old Reedy Creek Road (ORCR)
Speed limit of 10 mph on the gravel portions of ORCR
Convert ORCR from gravel road to one that is designed to handle the load of logging trucks
Increased buffer between ORCR and Mining Pit
Increased buffer between Crabtree Creek and Mining Pit
Additional protection for wetlands on Odd Fellows Tract
No Weekend Quarry activities.
Restrict quarry hours to 8 am - 5 pm
No new quarry pit/Shut down the quarry
Please share any additional concerns.
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