Earn Junior Ranger Badges From Home

By DullesMoms, Apr 2020

The National Park Service (NPS) offers young nature lovers a special opportunity just for them called the Junior Ranger Program.

This activity-based program, available at almost all NPS destinations, offers youth visitors the chance to earn special badges by completing a series of activities during a park visit and sharing their answers with a park ranger.

Today, kids can earn select Junior Ranger badges online, from home! Explore these online opportunities to get to know parks from across the nation:

New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park • New Bedford, MA
Fort Matanzas National Monument • Saint Augustine, FL
President William Jefferson Clinton’s Birthplace • Hope, AR
Cesar E. Chavez National Monument • Keene, CA
Petrified Forest National Park • Petrified Forest, AZ
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve • Copper Center, AK
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park • Skagway, AK
Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve • Strong City, KS
Montezuma Castle National Monument • Camp Verde, AZ
Point Reyes National Seashore • Point Reyes Station, CA

Junior Rangers are typically between the ages of 5 to 13, although people of all ages can participate! Explore, learn, and protect your national parks online and receive your badges!


Disclaimer: Events/opportunities are curated from public sources and are subject to changes/cancelations that might not be reflected on DullesMoms.com.