Follow IMBA rules of the trail and respect the trail closure gates.
You can only access Eddy from the paved park path; there is not a direct dirt link to it. As soon as you leave the pavement, you must cross Kill Creek itself. The crossing is mostly smooth with three to six inches of water most of the year.
After you reach the other side, Eddy starts laying out his punishment via rock gardens, large log overs, rock ledges, and a long, dry creek bed with rocks the size of basketballs. Once you pass the dry creek bed, you loop back and ride it all the opposite direction until you find yourself back at Kill Creek where you cross back to the safety of the paved side.