Eight Family-Friendly Trails to Celebrate National Trails Day

One Washington trail makes the Rails to Trails Conservancy's list of great trails to celebrate National Trails Day on. Have a look which one made the list.

Rails to Trails Conservancy news -There are two great reasons to celebrate in early June: the end of the school year...and National Trails Day! To help kick things off right, RTC is pleased to bring you this list of eight of the most family-friendly, “School’s out for summer!” trails in the country. Rickenbacker Trail Florida, 8.5 miles Pristine beaches, coastal dunes, snorkeling and an amusement center: You can find all these fun amenities—and more—along the Rickenbacker Trail on Key Biscayne, an island just south of Miami, Florida. Crandon Park, which covers more than 800 acres on the northern end of the island, was once a coconut plantation. At the southern end is Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, where a well-deserved snorkeling excursion is highly encouraged after your eight-mile journey. Note: Your kiddos will beg to get a birds-eye view from the historic lighthouse on the southern tip of the key. Steam into History Civil War-era replica train at Heritage Rail-Trail County Park, Pa. | Photo by John Gensor Heritage Rail Trail County Park Pennsylvania, 22 miles If the Civil War-era replica train that chugs alongside the trail at Heritage Rail Trail County Park doesn’t entice your young’uns,...



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