We extend a big thanks to our vendors and exhibitors listed below!
The 2023 Walk/Run/Bike for Umstead will be held April 22, 2023 from 8am-12:30pm. Location: Private pasture near 6000 Reedy Creek Road, Raleigh.
Gates open 8am. Admission is free for the exhibits, music, craft vendors, food truck, spectators to cheer the runners, walkers, and bikers with no need to register. To participate in the timed 4-mile Walk/Run or the bike rides, you need to register (registration includes a T-shirt!).
Autumn Cobeland, Raleigh Greenway Artist
Celebrate the "Year of the Trails" ! Autumn Cobeland is a painter, muralist, triathlete, and Raleigh native. Cobeland's "Umstead in Winter" painting is featured on the T-shirts for this year's event - a limited printing. The T-shirts are included in your registration packet for the Walk/Run/Bike and will be available for purchase at the event. Autumn will have her paintings at her vendor tent. The T-shirt sales will be at the "Sales" tent.
The American Wildlife Refuge
Come visit with live owls!
The American Wildlife Refuge helps rescue birds of prey, rehabilitate injured raptors, release rehabilitated birds, provide a refuge for unreleaseable birds, and we educate the public about wild raptors in the Raleigh, NC area and beyond.
Trader Joe's donated the bottled water for our event and will have some games. You might win their grocery bag of goodies as a door prize.
Old North Cycling Team
The 4-mile, 7-mile and 13.5-mile bike routes are tours, not races. Big thanks to Old North Cycling Team for leading the bike tours! A map is included in your registration packet. You can enter self timing and see route assistance on the RunGo App.
The Alliance for Reedy Creek Trenton Corridor (ARCTC) exists to preserve and enhance the safety and environment of the areas along Trenton and Reedy Creek Roads near William B. Umstead State Park. We support use of the greenways, parks, and roadways by neighbors and recreational users while seeking to minimize conflict with vehicle traffic. We are committed to protecting the local park, forest, farm and greenway areas.
Native Plants Sale
We'll be selling locally-grown, native ferns, flowers, shrubs and trees (including pawpaws and blueberries!).
William B. Umstead State Park History
Photo exhibit of the Park's history and wildlife
Porta Potties & Hand Washing Station
Donated by Meridian Waste
On the Stage:
On the Park Trails: