July 21, 2016
There are all kinds of terrain in here, but overall it is fairly technical. A lot of rocky sections, some short and steep uphills, and steep descents. This park does feature the 40' mega drop which I did not do but passed by. There are a few other drops which are less severe. Tons of high log overs and obstacles. The trail is well groomed and only a few areas that were muddy.
The trails wind around and through some of the disc golf course, but I didn't see anyone out on the course. In fact, I did not see or pass anyone in the park. I went on a weekday afternoon and had the whole place to myself.
None of the trails are marked, so I would highly recommend you bring some kind of map or navigation device as there are a ton of side trails in this park and it would be easy to get lost.
Yes, this passes close to 95 and you can hear the traffic, but it is only for a brief section of the park and there are a bunch of obstacles there that you'll be focusing on versus the noise. I am a beginner but was able to get through it, just had to walk several of the obstacles and climbs.