Reef Ranger 2013
The Reef Ranger Camp is a 1-week experiential camp and War in the Pacific National Historical Park is your living classroom! Selected Reef Rangers will join us from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during two sessions. Click each session to see the daily schedule.
The National Park Service is looking for curious, bright, fun-loving campers who include learning about their valuable marine resources on their list of interests. Being a Reef Ranger is a fun, safe and exciting way for our youth to explore the island's coastal environment, learn marine science and become leaders and stewards of the ocean. Through games, experiments, activities, field trips, puzzles, hands-on projects, and visits with park rangers, Reef Rangers will explore the connections between science, environment and their everyday world. You will tune your senses to the awesome underwater world beneath you and explore nature at your national park.
Camp spaces are extremely limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please download an application here or pick up a copy at
War in the Pacific NHP Headquarters
T. Stell Newman Visitor Center
Please return your completed application by May 29, 2013.
Are you a little too old for Reef Rangers? You can still participate by joining the Reef Ranger Conservation Corps, a program designed for 9th & 10th grade leaders.
Did You Know?
The three guns located in the Piti Guns Unit were never fired during the War? Japanese soldiers and local laborers never mounted the guns in time.