Consult Rocky Mountain National Park's official newspaper for details and times of ranger programs designed for children.
Stop by the Fall River Visitor Center, where childen can explore animal skins, ranger uniforms and other items in the "Discovery Room."
Rocky Mountain National Park Programs for Kids
Take the Web Ranger Challenge in the Just for Kids section of the Rocky Mountain National Park Heart of the Rockies website.
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.
Did You Know?
Daily during the summer, Rocky's custodial crew cleans 102 toilets in comfort stations at trailheads and along roads. They also clean around 100 toilets in campground comfort stations, 30 visitor center toilets, and 35 toilets for park staff. That's 267 toilets cleaned every day of the summer!