Redwood National Park is home to the tallest, most majestic trees on earth.
Stroll through a jungle of sky-high sequoias, some of them more than 2,000 years old!
And don’t forget to experience the famous Golden Gate Bridge! Explore Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Adventureland, and Toontown.
Of course we HAD to include the “Happiest Place on Earth! Then stay to watch the magical light parade and fireworks with some of the kids favorite Disney character.
Its incredible canyons and spectacular views draw visitors from around the world.
You can take the 2-mile paved Riverside Walk or try hiking The Narrows, Subway, or Angels Landing.
Of course we had to include the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World!
The appropriately named Going-to-the-Sun Road is a 52-mile long road that crosses the Continental Divide.(You could even make this fun DIY travel map to mark all the places you’ve been together AND all the places you plan to visit and dream of going.)Yellowstone has the highest concentration of geysers in the world!See Old Faithful blast water sky-high every 90 minutes, explore mud pots, breath-taking waterfalls, and multicolored hot springs.After exploring the otters, penguins, eels, and sharks- take a stroll down historic, waterfront Cannery Row.Try some famous clam chowder on Fisherman’s Wharf or go on a whale watching tour.