Become a Junior Ranger
Complete the Booklet at the Park
Ninety Six National Historic Site welcomes Junior Rangers (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 12 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. Compele 2 extra activites to receive a patch.
Complete the Booklet at Home
Even if you can't visit Ninety Six, you can still learn about the park online. Print the Junior Ranger booklet and use the park website and the park's Facebook page to complete the activites from home. When you finish it to the park. The park address is
Ninety Six National Historic Site
We will mail you a badge as soon as possible.
The Junior Ranger Pledge:
I am proud to be a Junior Ranger. I will explore our world, and the nature it has to offer. Wherever I go, I will keep discovering and learning about the environment. I will respect wildlife and their homes. I will continue to learn about other people and their lives. I will protect other national park areas for generations of other Junior Rangers to come.
You can download and print your virtual Junior Ranger passport cancellation here.
Last updated: January 16, 2021