I wish I would have found this review before I rode. We had lots of rain, and yes, common sense should have told me not to go. I called the day before we came to ask how muddy the trails were and how slippery. I have never been here before and didn't know if the trails were grassy or dirt. I have rode on several rides where the grassy trails are great after a rain. I was told that people weren't "saying" that they were slippery. But, the people who run the place know their trails and terrain and had to have known that the trails were indeed VERY slippery and boggy. I felt like we were in quicksand many, many times. If you don't want to get sucked down into the mud your only other option was to ride with the thorny stickers on your face, arms and legs.
If you don't like mud slides, avoid the area for several days after rain.
I haven't seen anything here on this, but, the trails and the map are horrible to follow correctly. We got lost several times and the map helped us not at all. All you ever saw on the posts out there were numbers, where as the map showed numbers and letters. Believe me, there were no letters on any of the posts out there. This made our ride frustrating, not fun. It would be very helpful to have some sign posts through out saying "this way back to stables". Such a simple thing to help out.
This trail should be avoided for those who are just starting out.