There is something for everyone.
There are some tight trails through the trees. With some deep mud holes (there is a bypass if the hole is too deep or you don't want to try it).
Some washouts / ravines to play in.
Quite a few hill climbs.
A pea gravel hill climb (witch I did not see anyone make it).
Some deep mud holes (bottom less we were told).
A couple of rock course / trails.
You could easily spend the weekend there and not get bored.
They do (are working on improving) have private camping. We checked into it and they said $50 for Saturday and Sunday. This includes a pass for both a driver and passenger for both Saturday and Sunday. Camping Saturday night. It did not sound that bad.
It is a place that is defiantly worth checking out.
Go big or at least have a cold one waiting for them when they bust their junk and have to fix it or load it on the trailer.
Don't worry there's still two tires on the ground.
"Life's goal is not to reach the grave safely in a well preserved body. But to slide in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy Shit, what a ride."