Be A Junior Ranger
Earn a Badge and Become a Junior Ranger
Junior Rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park have fun discovering the natural world, while learning about why we need to protect the special treasures found in our National Parks. We need the help of all our rangers to keep Rocky preserved and protected for many more years to come. Pick up a free Junior Ranger activity booklet at any visitor contact station, learn about the park and become a ranger by earning your badge today!
Junior Ranger Headquarters is a Place Just for Kids!
The Junior Ranger Headquarters, located at Moraine Park Discovery Center along Bear Lake Road, is a place just for kids! Join a ranger-led program, complete your Junior Ranger book, and earn a badge all in one place. The Junior Ranger Headquarters is open from June 21 - August 17, in the summer of 2014. Programs are offered 4 times a day, 6 days a week, and times are 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:30 PM, & 2:30 PM. Programs last 30 minutes and are geared for kids ages 6-12. It is free to participate, and a parent or adult must be present with children at all times.
You can also download printable versions of Junior Ranger booklets.
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National Park Service Programs for Kids
Become a Junior Ranger on-line through the Web Ranger website.
Did You Know?
In 1915, Congress created Rocky Mountain, the nation's 10th national park. Congress created the National Park Service in 1916.