Be A Junior Ranger
KLONDIKE GOLD RUSH NHP OPENS A NEW ACTIVITY CENTER FOR KIDS!
Join Park Rangers from Klondike Gold Rush NHP at our Junior Ranger Station. The new center gives kids the chance to dress up as a stampeder, play victorian games, touch wild animal pelts, and earn a Junior Ranger badge!
Junior Ranger Activity Center
Explore. Learn. Protect. That is what being a Junior Ranger is all about.
If you are in Skagway, come visit Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park's Visitor Center. There you can pick up a Junior Ranger Book and spend the day exploring gold rush history.
If you would like to get a head start on your Junior Ranger Badge for Klondike Gold Rush National Historical park you can download your workbook now and get started today! Just select your age group and print out the booklet.
Once you have finished the booklet you can bring it to the Visitor Center and find a ranger or send it to:
Klondike Gold Rush NHP
Visit public lands around Alaska and become an Alaska Adventure Ranger!
Are you visiting Alaska and want to become a Jr. Ranger?
More than 80% of Alaska is public lands managed by the National Park Service, U.S. Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, as well as other state and local agencies! Many of the sites have Jr. Ranger Programs! If you visit 3+ participating sites you can become an Alaska Adventure Ranger. Simply participate in each site's Jr. Ranger program and track your adventure with the Alaska Adventure Ranger worksheet. A ranger will initial your worksheet at each stop. At the third park, forest, or wildlife refuge a ranger will award you with a special re-usable lunch bag! Happy Travels!
Did You Know?
The Chilkoot Trail, in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, is 33 miles long and is shared with our neighbor, Parks Canada. Hikers cross the border at the top of the pass and enter British Columbia. The trail is considered to be the world's longest outdoor museum.