We hiked this trail in April of 2014 - it's beautiful - runs right next to a big pond with loads of birds. Must be a huge stopping spot for spring migrating birds, they were everywhere - zipping around feeding mid air, in the trees next to the trail. It was lovely!
It's quite in the middle of nowhere, so hiking you'll most likely have it to yourself. We suspect it gets used by snowmobiles mostly, so beware in the winter.
The trail got lost about 2 miles in - it was flooded by the swamp and we weren't able to see where it went after that. So we turned around, but that was a fine distance for an afternoon hike.
On the way back we discovered, to our dismay, that even though we stayed on the nice wide trail, we were COVERED in ticks. By the time we de-ticked ourselves and our three dogs, we counted over 50 (FIFTY) ticks. It was awful! So load up on that bug spray and tick prevention if you go. It really is a beautiful spot.