Need something to do with the family while visiting Disneyland? I might suggest that you take the time to visit one of Disney’s greatest play parks, the Adventure Redwood Creek Challenge Trail.
First stop make sure you stop at get your Wilderness Explorers Activity Map! Then hit the trail for an adventure the whole family can enjoy. There’s no height limit either so even our toddler had fun!
Along the trail you will learn about California’s greatest giants our Redwood’s. It’s a great way to teach and engage with your children so that they can appreciate our forests and all of it’s beauty!
While on vacation I feel it’s important to teach and explore with our children and I can appreciate a place like the Disneyland California Adventure Redwood Creek Challenge Trail! Plus it’s fun to just see all of California within one theme park!
Explore tree-lined paths, climb towers, swing on rope bridges, zip down slides and collect Wilderness Explorer badges along the way!
There are so many ropes that your kiddos can climb on and even a tire swing that makes you feel like you’re swinging through the trees! All safe and fun for the kids! They also get to mark off challenges to earn their Explorers Badge!
Mia also enjoyed cooling down by the big waterfall. It’s a safe and fun place to allow your toddler to explore and since there’s trees it’s also a cool place out of the sunshine.
At the end of the trail you can climb through giant logs and learn how how rotting logs are actually good for the forest. You’ll also stop and take the Explorers pledge and earn your Explorers Badge!
It’s such a great time of year to visit Disneyland and Disneyland California Adventure. You can book a vacation or get tickets at Disneyland.com. Be sure to stay connected with @DisneylandToday!