Guilford Courthouse National Military Park Junior Rangers

Smiling Volunteer works with a Junior Ranger on an activity book
The Junior Ranger program is a great way for your child to learn about a National Park!

Rebecca Lowe

Junior Ranger is a National Park Service wide program that allows your children to connect with each national park on a deeper level and experience the history and nature that is preserved for their future generations.

The Guilford Courthouse Junior Ranger Program involves a tour of a portion of the battlefield and the entire Battlefield Visitors Center. One booklet is split into two age groups. Children will have the chance to read the exhibits, complete maps, listen to music, and learn about the monuments.

Pick up your free activity book at the Battlefield Visitors Center, and once the activity is completed, return it to a park ranger to get your badge!

Pets are not allowed in the building, except for service animals, defined by the U.S. Department of Justice as “dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.”

This is a free program. 
No reservation needed. 

Last updated: January 8, 2018