February 11, 2015
In my honest opinion, at this point in time, it's not worth an hour commute to go ride, but if you're fairly local, it's definitely a trail system that will test your skills.
On my first visit, I noticed after some trial and error that there seemed to be two sections of trail system.
The first section, to the left of the play field was extremely under-maintained. It was sad because it features a few really interesting bridge challenges that could be fun to ride if they put more emphasis on maintenance.
The second section of trail, to the right of the park, is where the majority of riding occurs. There was an interesting mixture of intermediate singletrack to highly advanced features such as the "Redbull" boardwalk drop into the wall-ride and fairly challenging teeter-totter along the trail.
I give this a 3-star rating solely based off the fact that the trail is poorly marked. There's no real indication of where to ride and how to navigate without having a mobile device with you to check the map. It has a ton of potential though if people take the time to really spruce up the trail, add a few signs and polish the trail to easily mark where advanced features are and how you can avoid them.
To end on a positive note, I really enjoyed some of the smaller jumps and skinny bridges littered throughout the trail system to practice on. They're great confidence boosters for the bigger features!
The hidden trail system "Bandit Trails" next to Lake Crabtree.