Parks as Classrooms
Request your own Ranger program at Catoctin Mountain Park or off-site. Ranger programs focus on features found in the park and include both pre-visit and post-visit materials.
Request a Ranger Program
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Free Field Trips with Bridging the Watershed. Junior-high to high-school students can apply their science skills to improving the Potomac watershed. At Catoctin Mountain Park, students can learn about the watershed in its cleanest state. Teachers must register with the program through a brief training session. Contact the Alice Ferguson Foundation at http://www.fergusonfoundation.org
Bridging the Watershed Field Trips
Bridging The Watershed Field TripsLearn More
If you are developing your own field trip, there are several trails in Catoctin Mountain Park that offer excellent learning opportunities.
Plan Your Own Field Trip
Self-Guided Field TripsLearn More
Bring Catoctin Mountain Park to your students. Review our lesson plans and curricula.
Curricula and Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans: The Blacksmith in SocietyLearn More
Curriculum-based programs and services in National Park Sites throughout CT, ME, MD, MA, NH, NY, NJ, PA, RI, VT, VA, WV.
Curriculum-Based Programs in National Park Sites
Curriculum-Based Programs in National Park SitesLearn More
An educational traveling trunk filled with treasures, pieces of our past, linking the local school curriculum with our park's heritage. Five discovery units, objects, artifacts, teacher background information, and suggested student activities included. Teachers are responsible for trunk pick-up and return to Park. No cost. To request the loan of the traveling trunk contact (301) 663-9388.