The park offers a FREE Junior Ranger booklet for families to complete together. Upon completion children receive an official Junior Ranger Badge. Stop by the Calumet Visitor Center or Park Headquarters to pick one up. Be sure to call ahead for current operating hours.
Some of the Keweenaw Heritage Sites may also offer attractions and activities for kids during the summer. Check with the park for the most up-to-date details.
After completing clues for the required number of sites in a specific region, show your answers to any site in that region. If you meet the requirements, you will receive a collectable sticker!
Do you want to learn about the transcontinental railroad, which helped link the United States from coast to coast? We hope you will accept the challenge!
National parks are great places to explore anything kids can imagine. Go on an outdoor adventure. Walk in the footsteps of famous people. Take in unique scenery. Explore new interests. Experience real places you may have only heard about. But most of all, national parks are places where you can have fun and create memories that last a lifetime.
Feel the need to stay “parked” at home? The National Park Service (NPS) and our partner the National Park Foundation (NPF) challenge you to test your knowledge or learn a little more about parks with a series of games and activities. More will be added to this page, so remember to check back for more fun.
Last updated: May 19, 2022