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Become an Isle Royale Junior Ranger

Children sit around a table working on Junior Ranger booklets while a Park Ranger stands nearby.
Becoming a Junior Ranger is a great way to learn about Isle Royale National Park.


Help Protect the Park

At Isle Royale National Park, Junior Rangers learn about the isolated island, the unique plants and animals found in the park, the island’s cultural history, and Leave No Trace principles. The Junior Ranger program is targeted towards children ages 6-12 and is available for all users. Stop by a visitor center during your trip to Isle Royale or discover the Junior Ranger booklet online

Visitor Centers

Duration is dependent on experience and time available. 
Junior Ranger Program
Pets Allowed
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.

Isle Royale National Park is in the northwest corner of Lake Superior. Lake Superior is one of the Great Lakes located in the Upper Midwest of the United States. The island contains a roadless backcountry. Visitors traveling to Isle Royale must arrive by boat or seaplane. 

Year Round
Accessibility Information

An accessible PDF is available online.    

Isle Royale National Park

Last updated: February 12, 2022