This trail is absolutely beautiful and worth an hour drive. This is a national wildlife refuge and the trail is well-maintained, plenty of signage. We saw lots of wildlife. The trail is easy, completely straight and no elevation changes, but it meanders through the woods, along meadows, two large ponds and marshes, a large beaver dam. I can imagine how it would be a miserable mosquito-laden hike on a hot summer or early Fall day but today, at sunny and 62 degrees it could not have been more delightful. We were looking for remote and found it. Even on this beautiful day we only encountered a couple of trail runners, nine other hikers over a three-hour span. Also, we walked a little over two miles before turning around, which got us to Meadow pond, and never got to the railroad tie section in one of the photos.