# 11 Things That Are 10 Meters Long

In this article, you will see 11 things that are 10 meters long.

Meters are often used when measuring longer items like baseball bats and rooms in a house.

1 meter is equal to 39 inches long, therefore 10 meters equals 390 inches long.

1 meter equals 3 feet 3 inches.

10 meters equals 32.5 feet.

Check out the following items that are 10 meters long.

## Half of a tennis court

A regulation-sized tennis court is 23.77 meters long. Although 10 meters is not exactly half of a tennis court, it will give you a good idea of how long 10 meters is.

If you were to measure 10 meters from the backline of the court, you would be around 3 feet short of the net.

## 5 Full-sized sofas

Although a full-sized sofa is not a standard size and can vary in length, it’s common for a sofa to measure between 72 – 96 inches or 2 – 2.5 meters long.

Picturing 5 sofas of this size lined up together will give you an example of something that is 10 meters long.

## Half of a tractor-trailer with cab

Most trailers being pulled by a semi-truck are 53 feet or 16 meters long.

If you include the cab of the truck, the length will be closer to 65 feet or 20 meters long.

If you are looking to find something that is 10 meters long, picture half of a tractor-trailer with the cab will be very close to that length depending on the type of cab.

## 10 Walking steps

Using adult walking steps is a great way to determine the length of something that is larger in size using meters.

Most adult steps will measure around 3 feet each which is right around 1 meter long.

10 adult walking steps will equal very close to 10 meters in length.

10 Adult walking steps = 10 meters

## 5 Queen size mattresses

The queen-sized bed is considered to be the most common bed size for many people.

The standard size for a queen-size mattress is 60 inches wide x 80 inches long.

This is equal to 5 feet wide x 6.67 feet long or 1.5 meters wide x 2 meters long.

Therefore if you can imagine 5 queen-sized mattresses lined up together in a row, they would equal around 10 meters long.

## Telephone pole

Depending on where you are located, telephone poles can vary in height. In residential areas, they can range from 30 – 60 feet or 9 – 18 meters tall and along highways, they can reach 120 feet or 36 meters tall.

Considering the size of a telephone pole in a residential area, 1 pole would equal close to 10 meters long.

## 3 Alligators

Many full-grown alligators will grow to about 10 – 13 feet or 3 – 4 meters in length and although it’s very rare to see an alligator over 12 feet long, it’s possible.

If you are looking to find something that is 10 meters long, consider the length of 3 full-grown alligators which will equal close to 32.5 feet or 10 meters.

## 11 Baseball bats

The length of a baseball bat can vary between 24 – 36 inches in length which is less than 1 meter. It’s common for a Major League baseball player to use a 34-inch or 0.86-meter long bat.

If you can picture 11 of these baseball bats placed together in a row, they would be very close to measuring 10 meters long.

## 6 Hockey sticks

Another piece of sports equipment that is helpful for measuring in meters is the hockey stick.

The length of a hockey stick can vary from person to person as not all players are the same height. But on average, a hockey stick will be around 5 feet or 1.5 meters long.

Placing 6 hockey sticks together lengthwise will equal close to 10 meters long and give you a good indication of something that is 10 meters in length.

## 4 Pieces of 2×4 lumber

A common length for a 2×4 board is 8 feet or 2.5 meters. Most hardware stores and lumber yards will have 2×4’s available for many different uses.

If you have 4 of these boards available, place them in a row and they will equal 32 feet long which is just about 10 meters long.

## 5 Garage doors

Many houses will have a garage and therefore have a garage door. It’s common for single and double car garages to have doors that are 7 feet tall.

Using these doors is a great item to use for measuring other items.

As most garage doors are 7 feet tall, if you imagine 5 of these doors placed together in a row, they would equal around 35 feet long which is just over 10 meters in length.