Hey Jeff, i ride there quite a bit. there is a lot of tight single track but not much in the way of hills or real techie stuff. i have a blast there but i live 2 miles away too so its easy. i usually start at the barn and take the trails off to the left on the main trail back.
I was able to check out the farm today. Spent about 2 hours riding in circles, or so it seemed. Alot of single track nothing to difficult, although I did stumble across a couple of cool birdges and rocks that you can play around on. Got a great workout in and think this would be a great spot to bring somebody just getting into the sport. Would have posted more pics but of course the camera went dead. Thanks again for the input guys.
Yeah, fun place that's not really technically challenging. Some nice twisty single track without allot of rocks and a good place for a novice for sure. I live about 10 minutes from there and find it a fun place to go to kill an hour or 2.
Want some more challenging stuff that's really close to Adams Farm is Hale Reservation. There is a new easy access parking area for Hale on Rt. 109 heading towards Westwood on the left probably 5 minutes from Adams. I haven't entered this way yet but they leveled and old house/farm made a nice new parking lot with Hale Access. I seem to get lost any time I ride in Hale though.