...still in good shape albeit almost 20 years old?
Eh, depends who you ask. It would benefit from 2.5m contours rather than 10ft contours, and the vegetation doesn't mean much, and there are a couple bonus trails, but the rocks haven't moved :)
It shows its age, but its still a great fun park. It was based on USGS contours, which were the best they had when it was made, and would really benefit from some 2.5m lidar derived contours with new fieldwork. I think the flat top of the hill is a blackhole in terms of finding any specific feature on the old map, and a more nuanced description of the rolling contours and varied veg would really help. The rest of the major trails haven't changed, and there are some major rock features to locate off of, so its still usable.