This trail is part of Point Washington State Forrest. If you do the full loop (Orange), it will be 10+ miles. But there are two shorter intersections that allow you to do 3.5 miles (Yellow) or 5.5 miles (Red). The trail switches back and forth from double track logging road to singletrack. There is no water at this place. Maps are available at the Info Kiosk at the trail head. This trail has LOTS of sand. There are some sections that are practically unrideable. You'd have to dismount and walk your bike through it. For the most part, the intersections are well marked, but several are not completely clear - like they'll have a color in the middle of a 3-way T, but not tell you exactly which one to take. Only after going a little ways down do you see another indicator. In mountian biking, that's little more than a nuisance, but if I were cave diving, taking the wrong route because the paths are not marked well can get you killed. It's a good ride and long enough to get in some exercise, but be warned about the sand!!!