Ninety Six National Historic Site welcomes children (of all ages) to visit the park and learn about America's past. The Junior Ranger Program is available upon request in the Park's Visitor Center, which is open Wednesday - Sunday (except New Years' Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day) 9am to 4pm. There is no fee for the program. The program is designed for individual and family participation. The program consists of a booklet with 3 sections (Visitor Center, Historic Trail, & "More Fun"). There are a total of 10 activities; the number of activities that must be completed are based on the participant's age. Once completed, return to the Visitor Center to be "sworn-in" as a Junior Ranger and receive a Jr. Ranger badge and certificate.
The Junior Ranger Pledge:
Even if you can't visit the National Parks, you can still learn about them online. Become a Web Ranger. You can build your own Ranger Station, share pictures and stories, even play games.
Last updated: May 10, 2019