• The Upper Delaware's mild rapids and quiet pools are ideal for canoeing, kayaking, or rafting.

    Upper Delaware

    Scenic & Recreational River NY,PA

Be A Junior Ranger

Junior Ranger Delaware River Safety

Junior Ranger River Safety

What is a Junior Ranger?
You can become a Junior Ranger at many of the over 390 National Parks! A Junior Ranger learns about the parks and promises to protect these great places for everyone. At Upper Delaware Scenic & Recreational River, you can become a Junior Ranger by completing the activities in either of the two Junior Ranger booklets.

The Junior Ranger River Safety booklet can be downloaded and completed before visiting the park.
The finished booklet can also be mailed to the park and a badge or patch will be sent to you.

Upper Delaware Scenic & Recreational River
Division of Interpretation
274 River Road
Beach Lake, PA 18405


The Junior Ranger River Safety booklet is recommended for ages 8-12, but parents are encouraged to work with younger kids on the activities. Click here to download the Junior Ranger River Safety booklet. To learn more about water safety play the water safety game.

 
Junior Ranger Activity booklet

Junior Ranger Activity booklet

Free Junior Ranger booklets are available at the Zane Grey Museum, Park Headquarters, Information Center, or Park Ranger kiosks. After a Junior Ranger booklet is completed, a ranger will sign the booklet and give the Junior Ranger a badge or a patch!

The Junior Ranger Activity booklet is recommended for ages 5-12 and can be picked up at the park.

Other Junior Ranger Activities
For more ways to be a Junior Ranger, visit Webrangers at this website. You can learn more about the National Parks, play games & activities, and create you own Ranger Station.

The Junior Ranger Gazette includes stories about the National Parks, Parks Rangers, and other Junior Rangers.

Did You Know?

American Eel

Spawned in the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic Ocean, the American Eel migrates as a juvenile to fresh water where they grow into adults. As a traditional food source for Native Americans, smoked eels are still a local delicacy.