“One of the few original trails in the park, this one is usually quite wet.”
— Jon Sundquist
This trail is included in this park's description because it was the original trail in the park, and is quite wide and prominent. However, it really is not that great of a trail because of poor drainage, and hence other replacement trails have grown up around it.
The trail starts at the lower lot, and heads straight up the hill. That is the last nice section for a while. Once it crosses the first creek, the tread becomes wet, muddy, and wide. It crosses the second creek at intersection 44 where the orange trail crosses (this trail has essentially replaced the original trail, and has been made sustainable with lots of wooden raised sections).
Meanwhile, the original trail crosses the section which is a wide slow wetland drainage with all the attendant muddiness. Eventually, it gains some drier ground for a short section of dry and pleasant trail. however, as it nears the pipeline at the top of the hill, the mud returns. The trail ends at the pipeline.
Hopefully this description will convince you to take the orange trail instead!