Be A Junior Ranger
America's national parks are wondrous places set aside to preserve scenic landscapes, wildlife, plant life, cultural sites and history. When you become a Rocky Mountain National Park Junior Ranger, you will have fun and learn as you help protect these special treasures.
To become a Junior Ranger stop at one of our visitor centers to pick up a book with park activities. Complete a series of activities during your park visit, share the answers with a park ranger, and receive an official Junior Ranger badge.
You can also download printable versions of Junior Ranger booklets.
For English-language versions:
For Spanish-language versions:
National Park Service Programs for Kids
Become a Junior Ranger on-line through the Web Ranger website.
Did You Know?
The ptarmigan is camouflaged perfectly in summer, with "mottled rock" color, and in winter, when it takes on the color of snow.