Olympic National Park Junior Ranger Program
Olympic National Park protects an amazing web of life, from tide pools and old-growth forests to snowy peaks. To maintain this web of plant and animal communities, park rangers study and protect parks. They also help visitors understand and safely enjoy these special places. You can help. When you visit Olympic National Park, complete the steps in the Junior Ranger booklet to become an Olympic National Park Junior Ranger. You can also visit the NPS website to learn about other Junior Ranger opportunities throughout the national park system.
Pick up your copy of the Olympic National Park Junior Ranger booklet at any visitor center in the park.
Olympic National Park Ocean Stewards ProgramOlympic National Park Ocean Stewards Junior Ranger program is a fun, hands-on program for children ages four and up. As an Ocean Steward you will explore the coastal ecosystem of Olympic National Park, learn exciting new facts about this unique ecosystem, and understand how you can help protect Olympic National Park's wilderness coast and ocean. Pick up your copy at any visitor center when you arrive. Complete the book according to the instructions to receive your Ocean Steward patch.
World Heritage Junior Ranger Program
Olympic National Park is one of 24 designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United States. These sites possess "outstanding universal value" to humanity for their exceptional cultural and natural significance. Learn more about World Heritage Sites in the United States and become a World Heritage Junior Ranger to help celebrate some of the world’s most important contributions to education, science and culture.
Last updated: August 25, 2020