Kids & Youth
"The preservation of the useful and beautiful animal and bird life of the country depends largely upon creating in the young an interest in the life of the woods and fields."
Are you researching Theodore Roosevelt National Park for school? Maybe you are just curious to learn more about the park!
We have an entire section of our website made for kids! Designed for students working on school projects, the information is kid-friendly. You can learn about a specific topic, or research everything from Theodore Roosevelt to plants and animals that live in the park!
Visit the Kids Research Center to get started!
There is a lot to see and do in Theodore Roosevelt National Park! Watch animals in their natural habitat, roast marshmallows over a campfire, hike a trail, or attend a ranger program.
The coolest thing for kids of all ages is to become a Junior Ranger! When you visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park, ask at a vistior center for your own Junior Ranger Field Journal. By completing activities and learning about the park, you will earn your own Junior Ranger badge!
National park sites around the country have Junior Ranger programs. You can earn and collect badges from all over the country!
You can also print coloring pages, build a model of Theodore Roosevelt's cabin, find games and more on the Park Fun page.