Discover the ecological diversity of Redwood National Park, where trees grow as tall as towers, trails zigzag through scenic gorges and waterfalls, and the stars light up the sky at night. Visitors can visit General Sherman, a tree that is half of a mile tall. There are many sites throughout the camp that were once inhabited by Native Americans, and you can still find original descendants living in designated reservation areas. Summer vacations are all about fun in the sun, and the best way to cool off when it gets too hot is to jump on a kayak. The park has a coastline filled with clandestine beaches perfect for exactly that and even surfing too. At night, the skies above the park open up, revealing a breathtaking light show. You’ll have access to these light shows every night thanks to these accommodations situated near the park. Take a look; you won’t regret it.