August 28, 2016
The GPS function will take you right to the trail head but its not easy to see where that is given the complete lack of signage.
To the left there will be a field, this time of year filled with corn and a small dirt parking area. This is where you park. From here you cross the road and pass by the area with the big swinging gate.
The trails are decent but there is nothing marked at all. Everything leads to the bottom but it would be nice to have trails designated within the trail system. There are lots of options and while thats a good thing it kind of takes away from it a bit.
Lots of switch backs and the washing machine entry point mentioned in another review is still valid. If it doesn't look like a washing machine to you its a large steel tub laying on the forest floor.
As of August 2016 the trails are a bit overgrown and lots of random debris on the trail.
Follow the main dirt/gravel road to the top.
Worth checking out, decent.