Be A Junior Ranger
What is a Junior Ranger?
Rather than tying their park experiences only to the scheduled programs, Junior Ranger Programs are designed to provide participants with the flexibility to see and interact with the park at their own pace and within the limits of their own time.
Lewis & Clark National Historical Park offers visitors the opportunity to join the National Park Service Family as Junior Rangers. Interested students complete a series of activities during their park visit, share their answers with a park ranger, and receive an official Junior Ranger badge or patch and Junior Ranger certificate.
For Information on the Lewis & Clark National Historical Park Junior Ranger Program, Call 1-503-861-2471.
To learn more about NPS Junior Rangers, click here!
Did You Know?
The area where the Saltmakers made camp is in present day Seaside, Oregon. Seaside is approximately 15 miles away from Fort Clatsop. It was the first place which provided firewood, rocks, fresh water, game animals and good neighbors.