Backwoods Orienteering Klub is selling full-size Umstead Park maps. This is the same map we are using for our orienteering events, except that ours are generally scale 1:10,000 printed on a letter-size paper, whereas this is 1:15,000 printed on a much larger sheet (events are usually happening in about a quarter of the mapped area).
The park-maintained trails are marked with red on top of the standard orienteering black.
The level of details is amazing (what you expect from orienteering maps). There is history behind the map too, apparently after one of the major hurricanes (Fran, 1997) the map was redone and somewhere close to 15,000 trees were _individually_ mapped. Also, at some point you could see the trail of a tornado taking down a huge number of trees (1989) – now only impassible areas of overgrown vegetation.
To quote from the map description:
… Utilizing orthophoto base materials, detailed field surveys were performed in various stages by eleven different individuals over twenty-six yers. It took an estimated one thousand one hundred man hours of labor to produce this map. Drafting was done on computer using OCAD software. This map is printed, using soy based inks, on PaperTyger, a paper plastic laminate, making it water and tear resistant.
If you are interested in one, check out one of the retailers, or let me know and I can try to pick one up for you when I get mine.