I agree with the previous reviewer on the trail markings. The bridges looked like they were in good repair. However, due to poor (non-existent) marking on the trail, I didn't go very far at all. Getting lost in the Georgia woods and waiting for the banjo music is not my idea of a good day.
I have very mixed opinions about this trail and area. Because it was closed, I let the dogs off leash, and they had a grand time. They could swim, something they haven't been able to do in Georgia before. (I don't let them in the ocean, they are not smart enough not to drink the sea water) I gave it three stars because they had a five star day.
On the other hand, I had a one star day. (Other than enjoying watching my dogs play, which is always fun) I drove for three hours to get here, only to find the gate locked. The guid said the campground was closed, I didn't think that meant the whole site would be locked up. I walked in, and it was a bit eerie being the only one there, in a completely deserted area. I couldn't find the trail head. The guide said to start at Camp Loop B, I finally found it at Loop A, and then had to turn back shortly because there were no trail markings.
The scenery is quite nice, and reminded me quite a bit of New England, with the rolling hills and stands of hardwoods, but in all, it was disappointing for me.