We were really disappointed. 95% of the trails are under water; ranging in depth from the top of your foot up to your shin. There was zero information posted about the trail conditions and had we known this, we’d probably have been in more appropriate (waterproof) footwear and not just sneakers. This made for a very unenjoyable hike and when we found that the trail was converted enough to not see it, turn around and left. I would. It hike this trail surfing rainy season. We may try again but our experience today was not good. Also, one of the trails is completely closed.