This trail is very hard to find, and it took us more than an hour of driving around before we found the entrance. (I enclosed a picture of the entrance).
Basically, you drive 1.7 miles north of the Adirondack Medical Center, after Trudeau Road, you need to look for a dirt path on your right. The only sign is a wooden figure of a guy riding a tractor, there is a number on it which says 1951.
After you pull in there are 3 parking spots on the left. Do not go to the driveway on the right because it's a private property. The entrance to the trail is just pass the gate, behind the 3 parking spot.
My youngest daughter came with me and she's 9 yrs old. She has no problems at all. The trail is basically a straight path which takes approx. 1 hour if you go slowly. It is about 4-5 miles long, and it ends with a 2nd gate, beyond that is a highway. We did not cross the highway, although the map says there are a few more miles and loops around a small lake.
There are no hills or turns, it is basically a straight path on dirt, gravel and some muddy spot. The roughest part is a ditch on the ground, and some tree roots which makes the road bumpy.
The entire route is scenic and there are bogs, streams, marshlands, beaver dams and small swamps along the way. Lots of birds and wildlife.
Great for young families.