Become a Junior Ranger

The cover for the Junior Ranger workbook featuring images of a ranger talking to two young girls and a brick factory building

How do I Become a Junior Ranger?
Participating in the Junior Ranger Program is a fun way for young visitors to get the most out of their visit to the park. Free activity books can be picked up at the Visitor Center or the Boott Cotton Mills Museum. Participants can earn a badge and a certificate after completing a few simple, fun activities.

What is a Junior Ranger?
A Junior Ranger is an important person who helps park rangers take care of our national parks. Do you like exploring the park, riding the trolley, taking boat trips, or walking along the canals? Would you like to have fun and help us take care of the park?

If the answer is yes, then you might be just the kid we're looking for to become our newest Junior Ranger!
Download our Junior Ranger Book A here. (Recommended for ages 7 and under)

Download our Junior Ranger Book B here. (Recommended for ages 7-11)

Download our Junior Ranger Book C here. (Recommended for ages 11 and older)

Become a WebRanger
If you cannot visit Lowell at this time, you can also become a National Park WebRanger.

Last updated: June 29, 2018

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