It's a somewhat hidden gem. My wife and I walk on this trail at least weekly. Very serene, and other walkers are almost always pleasant, sweet folks. We've never felt threatened by any seedy human elements. The City of Stockbridge, Ga., does a pretty good job of maintaining it, moreso if you phone their stretched-thin Parks department with a request, such as, please remove a fallen tree, etc. People say that parking at the Memorial Park (106 Jennings Way, Stockbridge) end of the trail is more secure than the Flippen Road parking lot at the other end... but we've done both and never had a problem at either. We've seen foxes, turkeys, Canadian snow geese, ducks, possums, armadillos, hawks, a big 20" wide tortoise and a jillion squirrels and turkey vultures, and there's a number of wildflowers to delight. Oddly, no snakes or gators so far, even though some of the surrounding area is the bog of Reeves Creek. Every season has its charm on this diverse trail.