The road to the Upper Dungeness trailhead was snow free, and suitable for all types of vehicles.
The trailhead is well marked, and had ample parking. I was the only one there at 9:30am on a Saturday morning. Passed just 2 people on my 6 mile RT hike, not bad for a Saturday.
This trail is very easy to navigate, with some very nice river crossings. It was a total of 600 feet elevation, I had hiked to the trail junction mentioned right below Camp Handy.
I had put my micospikes on for some short sections after the first 2 miles of the trail, but mainly since I was walking on ice on an incline. The trail is mostly snow free, and the small sections that have ice are not hard to navigate except on the short uphill/downhill sections.
This is a great nature walk through the woods, and offers many opportunities for photography. This hike helped me enjoy the changing of the seasons!