My wife and I hiked this trail taking turns carrying our son in a backpack carrier. We left around 9 am and the weather was in the 50-60s and overcast. The trail is easy to follow and was bladed the entire length. It has a few steep spots but is generally a gradual slope down to the creek bed if coming from the south end of the trail by the pavilion. The natural bridge is under the bench if want to look for it too.
Definately take a ton of water to tackle this park. It's an enjoyable park but is often overlooked being so near Palo Duro Canyon. This trail allowed for various nice outlooks along the way. My mistake was hiking the trail in reverse. This park is full of several steep grades. The trails are built to help the hiker with conquering these grades. Doing the trail in reverse, I ended up fighting the extreme grades in certain areas. It was a challenge but we had a good time with the canyons.