Camping with Kids in the Redwood National Park

To truly reconnect with the natural environment, something we can all be very distant from with fast-paced city living, getting lost among the giant redwood trees while camping with kids in the Redwood National Park sounds like a good way to go about it. Redwood trees are the tallest trees on the planet, with some growing to a whopping 350 feet tall. (That's longer than the average football field.) With miles and miles of these redwoods standing serenely among the woodland, it is a treat to go hiking and trekking and feel the utter stillness and peace of your surroundings. The only sounds are the trees swaying softly in the breeze and the birds twittering gently. With 200 miles of trails for every ability, the whole family will be able to enjoy this great place. Explore the wild prairies where you may see Roosevelt elk grazing, and enjoy long strolls along 37 miles of pristine, untouched coastline in this park that is a national treasure.