The main block of the forest covers 18,000 acres, with numerous trails and unpaved forest roads. Despite the increasing popularity of the site which people have especially discovered in this Covid year, you can still get far away if you know the unmarked tracks or are willing to bushwhack (the latter two being my favourite way to get into the forest). Great place for birding, for butterflying, for mothing, not to mention just hiking. It is where I've spent (and still spend) an inordinate amount of time over the last 20+ years. In summer the mosquitoes and black flies are abundant, so I usually see few people then, although even I am sometimes driven out by the biting insects.