Not sure why they only show 20 miles of trails. There are miles and miles of trails. I live right outside of Golden Hills, so I ride there all the time. The trails range from easy to challenging. Trails can be overgrown and very rocky. They do have a new map, which helps a lot, but sometimes the markings can be missing. A Church group comes out yearly and remarks some trails and puts up signs to help you navigate. The campground has both shady and open spots with stalls for the horses. Many of the stalls are in bad shape, so you will want to drive around and look at the stalls to find where you want to camp. The campsite is huge, so you never have a problem finding a great spot with good stalls. The camp is usually empty, so you will have your place to yourself most of the time. Their bath house and restrooms are very dated. They do have a swimming pool, a bunkhouse, and many extras. The owners are old and the place is going downhill, but if you don't mind that, the trails are great. You do need to know that they do logging, so be sure to find out where the logging is going on because the trails in that area will be decimated. If you can ride with some of the people in the equine community, they can show you some great trails. Also, you do not HAVE to ride the road to hit the trails. Take Pasture Lane trail that goes out past the rental barn and takes a left through the gate. This is a great little trail that does not go through the pasture, but in the woods on the edge of the pasture.