Junior Ranger Program
Although the program is focused on the 6-12 age range, visitors of all ages can participate in a Junior Ranger activity when visiting the park. While kids and their families tour the grounds, they also take time to answer questions in the park's Jr. Ranger activity book. Upon completion, Jr. Ranger cadets will receive a badge and certificate. To get started, ask a ranger for a Junior Ranger booklet when you visit the park!
Become a Dayton Aviation Heritage NHP Junior Ranger!
Being a Junior Ranger is a great way for your child to get involved with your National Parks. It’s also a great way for the entire family to learn more about Dayton's only National Park and about the National Park Service. All interested future Junior Rangers, between the ages of 6-12, should report to the Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center. At the front desk just ask for a Junior Ranger booklet to get started.
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Last updated: March 18, 2019