When we got to the main parking area we seen that there was lots of trailers that had 4 wheelers on them, we was worried about the number of riders that we might meet on the trails. Our worries was laid to rest fast as everyone of the riders would either change their rout plan or would pull over so that we could pass with our horses. There is over 80 miles of trails in the area and it is a shame at this time that there is no camp ground in the park.
We also from that the trails was very clean being there is so much use from people riding off road in the park. We did not remember seeing any trash on the trails. Talking about the trails they are a mix of dirt and rocks. There are some nice rolling hills to ride on or if you would like some very steep ones. There is also a lot of nice open grass areas to ride in as can be seen in the picture above. There is also lots of wooded areas that you can ride in.
If you go there to ride I would print off the map of the area and take a GPS with you as the trails are not marked to well. There is trail markings but one can get lost on which trail number you need to be on. You will need to bring water as they do not have any drinking water there or electric on the grounds.