If you are visiting Redwood National and State Parks along California’s north coast, the Fern Canyon Trail is not to be missed! Located in a remote area of Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, spectacular Fern Canyon is a shady, green paradise. Hike through a narrow canyon, carved out by Home Creek, where the surrounding walls are draped in ferns and mosses.
Many people flock to Florida each year to escape the cold weather, but only about 650,000 visitors make their way to beautifulBiscayne National Park. Since the park is over 95% water, it’s not surprising to know that more than half of all visitors come in by boat (source) rather than by automobile.
If you don’t happen to own a watercraft (or have it with you when visiting Florida), don’t worry! There are a few things to near the visitor center without leaving land, or you can join the other 22,000 visitors per year that take one of the guided tours offered in the park.
There are plenty of phenomenal choices when trying to select the best hikes in Joshua Tree National Park. Though this park is well known for its world-class rock climbing, the park’s hiking trails are also amazing. If you live in southern California, it’s likely that you’re only a few hours from this outdoor wonderland. Even if you can only spare a day, we’re certain you’ll enjoy any of the hikes we have selected in this guide.
The Anhinga Trail in Everglades National Park is one of the most popular trails in the park. At only four miles from the main entrance to the park (and the Earnest F. Coe Visitor Center) and fully accessible for wheelchairs and strollers, it is extremely easy to get to. The trail is very easy to travel on, and perfect for young families.