I took my boys (elementary school) on a nice walk last Sunday. It was a nice stretch for your legs. It was early enough in the season that we didn't see insects. Of course it is in a BOG.
The trail was maintained well enough for a nature trail, but there is no way a wheelchair is getting over the Railroad ties in the middle of the path, or a couple of pretty muddy spots. Someone needs to remove that from the description. Otherwise, its a mostly straight and flat and reminds me of a very long arbor.
We never made it to the Meadowbrook end because we decided to take a side trail, 1.5 miles from Lake Ave, that went to Stonybrook. I submitted a photo of the sign-post at the fork (LatLon is an estimate from Google Maps). The side trail goes over a number of new-looking plank walkways and winds its way up the embankment to the road. Only the last couple hundred yards were steep. It wasn't a difficult climb - think Stair-master.
While I we only saw two cars parked on Lake Ave when we arrived, we saw about a 1/2 dozen other people on our way out. We'll be back, too. Though probably not once the bugs start.