Junior Ranger Program
Stop by the Visitor Center and ask for a Junior Ranger Activity Book. As you explore the Circle Trail, the museum exhibits and the petroglyphs, look for clues that will help you complete your adventure. If you have any questions or need assistance a Park Ranger will glady help you. Upon completion, you will receive a Junior Ranger certificate and a Junior Ranger badge.
This program offers fun for both children and adults while exploring and learning about Pipestone National Monument!
Explore, Learn, Protect: Be a Junior Ranger!
Did You Know?
Two species listed under the Endangered Species Act are found at Pipestone National Monument: the Topeka shiner and the Western Prairie Fringed Orchid. More...