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Become A Katmai Jr. Ranger

Front cover of the Jr. Ranger Book featuring Jr. Ranger badge, artistic rendering of a bear and moun
Cover of the Katmai Jr. Ranger Book

The Junior Ranger Program is an exciting opportunity for visitors of all ages to learn about the park. Get your free Junior Ranger book at the King Salmon and Brooks Camp visitor centers or download it online

Follow the steps on the first page to complete your Junior Ranger book. You can turn in your book at either the King Salmon or Brooks Camp visitor center to have it checked by a park ranger who will then swear you in as an official Junior Ranger. If you are unable to visit either of these locations, don’t worry; you can mail your book into the park to be checked by a ranger! If completed properly (have an adult double check your work) a ranger will sign your certificate and mail you a Junior Ranger badge that you can wear with pride.

Mail your completed Junior Ranger Book to:
Katmai National Park and Preserve
Division of Interpretation
P.O. Box 7
King Salmon AK 99613

Be sure to include your mailing address so that we can send your book and Junior Ranger badge to you!

Details
Just do a few activities or complete the whole book! 
Junior Rangers are typically between the ages of 5 to 13, although people of all ages can participate.
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
Accessibility Information
At this time, the PDF is not screen-reader accessible. Contact the park or ask to speak with a ranger while visiting to address any other accessibility-related needs while working on the Junior Ranger Program. We are happy to help.

Katmai National Park & Preserve

Last updated: January 27, 2021