The Wilderness Explorer Camp at Redwood Creek is one of our favorite places at Disney California Adventure.
It seems very “California” with lots of trees and trails. It’s definitely Ian’s favorite place to explore!
It’s the best place to find Russell completing his Wilderness Explorer badges.
After some exploring, we went into the Grand Californian resort and checked out all the Russell and Dug Up! merchandise there:
Hit the Trail
Encounter the Great Outdoors along the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail. Explore the area in any order you wish and enjoy a “forest” range of activities for everyone.
Practice the art of traverse climbing at the Cliff Hanger Traverse Rock Climb. Glide down a natural rock slide. Clamber up the ropes course to the lookout towers high above the tree line. Practice your park ranger skills on the tire swing at Sequoia Smokejumpers Training Tower.
There’s a world of woodsy fun waiting to be discovered!
Meet Your Spirit Animal
Hidden in the rocks, the Spirit Cave awaits—where brave adventurers encounter their mystical spirit animal. What will the enchanted cave reveal about you? Are you a bear, a wolf or even… a skunk?
Visit the Spirit Cave and find out!
Big Adventures for Kids of All Sizes
The experiences of Redwood Creek Challenge Trail have no height or age requirements except:
Cliff Hanger Traverse Rock Climb – Guests must be 42 inches (106 cm) or taller.
Hoot n’ Holler Log Slides – Guests must be 32 inches (81 cm) or taller.
Sequoia Smokejumpers Training Tower – Guests must be between 42 inches (106 cm) and 63 inches (160 cm) tall. Guests must also be under 13 years of age.
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Have a magical day!
Two Disney Sisters