This is the first trail I've ever ridden, and it is a joy. It is conveniently located in a scenic, historic-looking area of Morristown. At points, the surrounding area even starts to look a little farmy. At both entry points, Kitchell Rd and South St, there is ample parking. I've stumbled upon other entry points, as there are many times where the trail meets a street, but I do not know the area well enough to give details.
The trail is fully paved, with areas of gravel snaking out for the more adventurous. These typically find their way back to the main trail eventually. The paths are a little narrow, and there is a need for give and take between walkers, runners, horseback, and other cyclists. The landscape is well manicured, but I recommend being cautious after it rains due to flooding, mud, and downed trees. With the horses (on the gravel trails) you must also navigate around huge piles of poop.
I've gone riding after work on a Friday, and there weren't very many people at all. On a Sunday, however, it does get a little more packed. In both cases, you are still able to experience a few minutes of solitude on the trails every now and then.
I recommend this trail to other novices. It is mostly flat with some very light inclines. The site caters to those with road bikes, and others who want a little grit. This trail would also be a great day's outing for couples and small groups, as there are many benches sprinkled along secluded points. My only wish is that the trails were marked better. Will return many times to this gem.