Took her out into her natural habit yesterday:
Just a little light off-roading since I don't have skid plates or proper all-terrain tires.
I also didn't want to take the front plastics off, so no rock crawling for me. I encountered plenty of mud, a few partially exposed rocks and some climbing through the trails in the trees, though. There were a couple trails I felt I could run through, but with some of the steep climbs and descents on them, I was hesitant to take too many of them without a spotter to watch my path over steep rises and clearance on the low spots.
Mostly, I stayed on the main road through the park, which is mostly un-maintained, so there are plenty of washout and rutted areas. However, the main road shouldn't normally require anything more than AWD for the muddy portions. Ground clearance is only an issue for a few washouts here and there, most of which can be steered around.
The above picture was taken in a nice flat clearing that made for a good place to stop and take a photo on one of the easier side trails. The rest of the trail was a bit tighter and more rutted, so I wasn't keen on stopping for a photo op along those stretches. This was also before I started encountering the muddy areas, so things were still pretty clean at that point. Even in the mud, I took it pretty slow and steady, so I didn't come back with any trail badges...
The side trails range from easy stuff for a vehicle outfitted like mine to stuff requiring skid plates, off road tires and plenty of ground clearance.
The park is here: