I've been there. Trails go from level 1-5. I'd start off with a level 1 trail and work your way up, especially with relatively "street" tires. You can pick up a map when you check in and plan your route. Go with a buddy in another vehicle if you can. All of the trails are well-marked and there is a lot there for every level of rig. Last time I was there we led a group of stock/newbies on some level 2s but only one had IFS and everybody had more offroad-ish tires. There's a "playground" with mud puddles and obstacles to climb over, but I'd be careful on them with a stock rig.
It's a fun place for sure! The facilities are really clean and you can buy a wide variety of hot food there.
Here are some pics from when I was there in April. The weather was cold and miserable for the last couple of days but I think everybody had a good time anyway. the silver Grand Cherokee is mine and most of these pics are on level 2-4 trails.
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