Don't think it's a problem - in the 'countryside' there's busy places if you want to be sociable and 'people-free' places if you want to have a bit of peace and quiet.
I quite enjoy the diversity - went for a 50 mile road ride on Easter Sunday - 90% of the time on deserted back roads in the Snowdonia National Park, with occassional spins through busy areas - which were great for some chat and a few smiles. Just good so see everyone out enjoying themselves
Do get a bit annoyed by some of my colleagues who have a somewhat patronising attitude towards wanting to encourage 'target social groups' (ie lower social class, ethnic minorities, disabled etc) to visit the outdoors, but simulataneously expect them to want to enjoy it in the the same way as they (usually white, middle class, educated) prefer it - ie peace and quiet, OS map in hand. Not so happy when said 'target social groups' indicate that they'd prefer it if they could just have a BBQ next to a veiwpoint or have a bit of a party
Anyway, there's room for all of us.