The National Park Service’s Junior Ranger Program


By DullesMoms, Apr 2020


Kids are invited to become a Junior Ranger at one of more than the 200 Junior Ranger Programs in the National Park Service!

To become a Junior Ranger, while visiting a participating park, kids will interview Rangers, complete games, and answer questions about the park and the National Park Service. At the end of their experience, they are sworn in as a Junior Ranger and receive a special certificate and official Junior Ranger badge!

Learn more about the Junior Ranger program here, and see a complete list of participating parks here.


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