I have been training and running tests there for years, about a dozen times per year.
There are lots of fields that run the gamut from sloped grassy bowls, to flat grassy terrain to scattered wood/fields. I have to disagree with the other post, there are about 6 ponds and lakes we can use. some have built in dikes and peninsulas, others are marshy w/ some flooded timber, others are more open but surrounded by tall grasses.
The issue w/ the property is that it is not a wildlife managament area, but a reforestation area. As a result, anyone can lawfully use the property (no motorized vehicles though--other than dog events). Mike Twardy and Dennis Scofield, from the hosting club, myself and many others recently attended a meeting with other non dog groups that regularly use the property to discuss schedules and acknowledge each groups's particular uses and needs. My club, Hudson Highlands Hunting Retriever Association has already held a double NAHRA field test and double AKC hunt test at the property this year and everything went very very well. You'll have a great time.
My Chessie's a Lily too....