Despite its remoteness, Cape Krusenstern National Monument has a thriving Junior Ranger program. You can become a Cape Krusenstern Junior Ranger no matter where you are by filling out our Junior Ranger booklet, or you can attend one of our programs in person.
During the summer, the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center offers a variety of kids program for local children and young visitors alike. Three times a week, we hold different activities highlighting what makes Cape Krusenstern National Monument special and give kids a chance to earn Ranger Dollars for the Junior Ranger store. You can take a sneak peek at some of our Junior Ranger programs in these videos highlighting some of our favorite activities.
Summer programs run from early June through mid-August and topics differ every week. Give us a call at (907) 442-3890 to check the schedule and find out about the current program.
Parents are always welcome to attend with their children. We request that young children be accompanied by an adult or older sibling.
We hope to see you here!
Every Tuesday, park rangers load up their truck or bike with skulls, pelts or science experiments and head into Kotzebue for Roving Rangers. Originally designed to reach local kids in the community and help them discover everything the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center has to offer, the Roving Rangers stop at parks, playgrounds and other popular hangouts in town and offer a short, hands-on lesson about the amazing natural and cultural history of Northwest Alaska.
Who: Kids age 5 – 12 (or older if interested)
What: 15 – 25 minute show and tell programs
When: Check our calendar
Where: All around town; there’s no set order of locations
Last updated: May 5, 2020