For the most part an excellent and scenic run through a diverse set of biomes/landmarks. I took the main path, and therein lies the main issue of this park. I got lost three times on the trail. Often there will be path divergence without any indication of the direction you should take. All told I ended up running several miles further than I had planned, which was already 3 1/2 miles further than my previous record. Of course this is partially my fault, but ultimately I was very confused as a runner, and I can only imagine how difficult a biker traveling at over twice my speed would have it. Ultimately I would not recommend it to anyone looking for an unplanned venture, but if you are willing to engage in a measure of planning, I would wholeheartedly direct you to this park.
This is a great trail system. The 20 miles is a loop but about 5 miles of ot our paved. The hiking trail is 14.7 miles for the loop and there are several side trails. These trails are marked better than any other trails I have been on for day hiking. A friend amd I are preparing for 14 days on the Appalachain Trail and this area is perfect for training. I wish there were some elevation changes but it's Central Florida so flat is what you get. I have been on the trail 3 times. Twice hiking amd one time mountain biking.