Parking can be difficult on a weekend, so come early or be prepared to hunt for a spot. The park is extremely popular due to its proximity to 280 and 85. There are sections of trees that offer welcome shade on a hot summer day, which you'll especially appreciate after some of the steep inclines. You'll find a bench at the top of the trail which offers a nice spot to rest, before continuing down a section of the trail offers no shade from the sun. You'll come across a nice panoramic hill which you can take a few moments to enjoy, and then you should follow the signs to Deer Hollow Farm. If you have kids, this can be a particularly enjoyable part of the journey.