I was driving through the area and had my bike with me so I decided to ride. The trail is a single track that offers a short circuit ride. It is very flat and has a few fun, tight turns and quick climbs to give you a decent workout, but overall the trail is in poor shape.
A few of the problems I had with the trail include a lack of signage, glass on the trail, and overall trail quality being low.
It is fairly well marked at the beginning, but it gets increasingly more unclear as you go. I lost the trail about 3/4 of the way in and followed a gravel road back to the parking lot (after being led by a faux trail into a brier patch). You should keep an eye out for pieces of glass on the trail, as I noticed some in multiple places. The trail itself was nearly overgrown in some of the fields and has a feel to it that it is not well-maintained (which is fine, it takes a lot of volunteers to keep trails in good shape). The scenery is average--the trail winds around a creek, some fields and woods, so its a nice way to change up your everyday suburban scene.
I didn't see any other riders on the weekeday I rode, but there were a few guys playing frisbee golf near the trailhead. Overall, if your looking for a place to train and you don't have many/any other options, there are worse trails. But if you have other options, I would probably go with them.