Easy enough for beginners and kids; if you go slow, you can walk the obstacles and then just keep on going.
Entrance/parking fee is $7 (in state license plate)/ $9 (out of state).
The trailhead is located right behind the map, and the path starts out as a dirt path (cross the road once) and then the mountain bike trail takes off to the right.
After a few yards, the trail splits and you go right (not left!) and just follow the markers. It is nearly impossible to miss the trail, which is well-maintained with plenty of signs. You'll find a few easy climbs, lots of flowing bumps and curves. There are three small rock gardens along the way which can be navigated or just pushed across. Most of the path is in the forest with a few short sections crossing meadows.
Towards the second half, you'll enter a forest with nearly no floor vegetation, but large spooky looking vines that crawl up and down the trees. After a very moderate climb, you'll cross through a ditch twice (*fun*) and then head back into the regular forest. The trail will lead you back the the split from the start after which you just head back the same way in opposite direction to the trailhead.
Note: Take plenty of bug repellant on a rainy day. There are toilets in the buildings next to the parking lot open all year long.