Kids & Youth

The playground at Pine Grove Picnic Area is open for hours of all-natural fun!

Join our Junior Ranger Corps!
Stop by our visitor center or visit our Be a Junior Ranger page to get your free Junior Ranger activity booklet! Either way, when you're done all of your activites, you will get a certificate and junior ranger badge!


Become a Webranger!
Can't visit your favorite national park this summer? Why not become a webranger to learn more about your National Parks without ever leaving your computer?

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Let's Move Outside!
Did you know that Prince William Forest Park is 1 of 20 park junior ranger programs selected to be part of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move Oustide (LMO) initiative. LMO encourages kids and their families to engage it outdoor activities that get hearts pumping and bodies moving. To find a LMO activity in your area or at your next vacation spot, visit their website.


Stop by our visitor center and try out our letterboxing courses. Follow the clues to explore the beauty of the park. Find the letterbox and stamp your booklet.

1936 kids at play
For almost 70 years, children have been enjoying the cabin camps in Prince William Forest Park. Here, campers from 'Center Camp,' hosted by the Jewish Community Center in Washington, DC enjoy group games at Cabin Camp 2 in 1936.

National Park Service

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

18100 Park Headquarters Road
Triangle, VA 22172


(703) 221-4706 x103

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