Maintenance will be performing heavy construction in between the concrete bridges between North and South Turkey Multi-Use trail. Please use caution when accessing this area. For Tuesday, September 30, 2014, trail work will be in progress on Reedy Creek MUT, north of Crabtree creek (near the wooden bridge).
The last weekend for the boathouse season will be October 4 and 5, 2014. The hours of operation will be 8:30 am to 4:30 pm The last boat goes out at 3:30 pm All boats must be back by 4:30 pm Rates: $5.00 for the first hour; $3.00 for each additional hour Boathouse staff can accept cash or check only
Updated: 2014-09-28 16:44:53
Tucked away in the Triangle area is an oasis of tranquility.
Equestrians enjoy the park's 13 miles of bridle trails.
More than 20 miles of hiking and biking trails wind through the park.
Park rangers lead educational and interpretive events at the park.
The park has tent and trailer camping, group campsites, cabins, and lodges.
The fall colors are spectacular.
Umstead Coalition members restore historic CCC camps at the park.
The visitor center includes an exhibit hall, auditorium, and classroom.
Teenagers from Granville County during a Tandem Canoe & Teamwork Class.
Visitors may see a great blue heron.
Visitors can rent paddleboats and canoes at Big Lake.
The end of a beautiful day at William B. Umstead State Park!