Be A Junior Ranger
Haleakalā Junior Ranger Program
The Junior Ranger program is a way to introduce children—and those young at heart—to the natural wonders of the park and their own role in preserving these wonders for the future. To become a Haleakalā Junior Ranger, families may request the free, full-color Junior Ranger booklet at any visitor center or print it out at home.
After reviewing their work with a ranger at any visitor center or mailing it in, participants are awarded an official Junior Ranger badge. Modeled after the National Park Service badge, Haleakalā Junior Ranger badges are shaped like an arrowhead and feature a native Hawaiian Honeycreeper.
Learn more about the National Junior Ranger Program by visiting www.nps.gov/learn/
WebRangers is an online Junior Ranger program for kids of ALL ages! If you like the National Parks, Historic Sites, and Monuments, you have an opportunity to learn about the various areas within the National Park System. If you complete all 50 activities, you will earn a free patch!
Click here to become a WebRanger today!