Wait at least two weeks after the rainy season ends before attempting this trail. The trail itself is beautiful, and we will be going back in August when the blackberries are in season, but trying to go the first nonrainy weekend of the season was a mistake. We ended up only getting about a mile in before being flooded out.
You also have to walk directly through a cow pasture, as the directions say, but be warned that this pasture has a lot of stinging nettles, so wear thick pants, and shoes that can get a little cow dung on them.
After the pasture the trail was well established and almost completely empty. Can't wait to try it again.