Children (6 to 12 years old) with families are encouraged to participate in the Junior Ranger Program. The Program objectives are:
Help children learn about Horseshoe Bend NMP and about the Park Service in general.
Develop in the child an appreciation of our natural and cultural resources.
Kindle in the child a desire to learn more about our heritage.
Program booklets are available free at the Visitor Center. Children completing the required acitvities will be awarded a Certificate and Junior Ranger Badge. The program must be completed while in the Park and is not available for groups.
Horseshoe Bend NMP offers a series of special children's camps during the summer months. Check the schedule of events page for dates and details.
Did You Know?
The Red Sticks constructed an eight foot tall barricade consisting of four to five large pine logs stacked one on top of another. This barricade stretched 400 yards across the neck of the horseshoe bend in the Tallapoosa River. More...