Be A Junior Ranger
The Junior Ranger Program is a fun way to learn more about our park and how you can help protect it - just like our park rangers! The Junior Ranger Program at the Wright Brothers National Memorial is designed for kids ages 5 to 13.
To become an official Wright Brothers National Memorial Flight Ranger during the summer program season (mid-June to Labor Day), you will need to:
If you finish the programs and the booklet, you will receive a Junior Ranger badge!
If you are visiting the park during any other time period, you can earn a Junior Ranger badge by completing the workbook and attend one program.
If you are not able to visit the park, you can still become a National Park Service Junior Ranger and learn about the jobs of park rangers. Visit this site www.nps.gov/webrangers and learn about this fascinating line of work. Complete all the activities and you can become a Web-Ranger!
Did You Know?
On October 24, 1911, at Kitty Hawk, NC, Orville Wright established a new world soaring record in a 50 mile-per-hour wind of nine minutes and forty-five seconds. This remained a world’s record for 10 years.