The directions in the guide are deceitful, as road names may have changed and they take you through unnecassary thick traffic. It's easier to get off at Exit 81B, take a right at the light by Wendy's and follow it until you see Greenland, then take a right on Halls Hill Pike, and from there the directions are correct. It will take half the time to get there, as opposed to taking 96.
None too impressive overall. It's an easy trail with some rocky portions, as well as plenty of tree stumps to catch you off guard. I've been twice now, haven't seen anyone else on the trail yet.
There is another trail attached to this one, right about the halfway point. The sign that points you to the trail says it's a loop, but after going about 3/4 of a mile down the trail, it appears to be a simple out and back. On the "2 Mile Loop" trail there is also a cave, which I haven't explored, but it looks to be fairly easy to access. Aside from the little bit of trash along the trail and the hulahoop hanging from a tree just before the halfway point and 2 mile loop connection, it's a pretty nice trail.
There is large wildlife in the area, wolf tracks have been spotted and on our first hike there were two coyotes trailing us about 20 feet to our left, for a good half mile. That's not enough to stop me from going to the trail again, but I certainly won't be going alone either.