We went for a day trip as an alternative to Black Friday shopping - and so glad we did! The park is clean, and very well structured. The trails are well-kept (with the odd exception of peculiar colored diamonds tacked onto trees). The stairs are wide, but very steep so this is not for the frail hiker. The trails down in the canyon wind over hills and through valleys under a canopy of ancient hemlocks. There were gracious plenty picnic accommodations, and the restrooms were above the quality that one might expect from a public park. About the only downside was the silly excess of warning signage - one railing has no less than five signs in a row.