Be A Junior Ranger

Junior Ranger Delaware River Safety
Junior Ranger River Safety Booklet

What is a Junior Ranger?

You can become a Junior Ranger at many of the over 400 National Parks! A Junior Ranger learns about the parks and promises to protect these great places for everyone. At Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, you can become a Junior Ranger by completing the activities in the three Junior Ranger booklets.

The Junior Ranger River Safety booklet is recommended for ages 8-12, but parents are encouraged to work with younger kids on the activities. If you would like a coy of the Junior Ranger River Safety booklet mailed to you send us an email and you can begin your water safety fun! To learn more about water safety play the water safety game. The Junior Ranger River Safety booklet can be completed before visiting the park or the finished booklet can also be mailed to the park and a badge will be sent to you.

 
Junior Ranger Activity booklet
Upper Delaware Junior Ranger Activity Booklet

Would you like to learn more about the Lenape Indians or Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct? What about the bald eagle soaring overhead or the fish swimming in the river? Try your hand at writing a story like western author Zane Grey did near the banks of the river. The Upper Delaware Junior Ranger Activity booklet will allow you to explore the natural and cultural world in and around the Upper Delaware River. The booklet is recommended for ages 5-12 but is fun for all ages.

If you would like a copy of the Upper Delaware Junior Ranger booklets send us an email. After the Junior Ranger booklet is completed you can mail it back to the park or bring it on your visit and a ranger will sign the booklet and give the Junior Ranger a badge or a patch!





Mail the completed Upper Delaware and River Safety Junior Ranger booklet to:

Upper Delaware S&RR
Attn: Divison of Interpretation
274 River Road
Beach Lake, PA 18435

 
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Junior Ranger Underwater Explorer Activity Guide

Water is everywhere around us and plays a very important role in our daily lives. Bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, and oceans are found throughout national parks. The National Park Service manages its water resources to protect the environment and promote recreation. To learn more about these water resources, that not only provide homes for many organisms but also play a role in the water cycle, why not become a Junior Ranger Underwater Explorer. If you would like a copy of the Junior Ranger Underwater Explorer send us an email so youcan begin to dive into the underwater world. When you have finished the activity guide bring it to the park or mail it to:

National Park Service
Submerged Resources Center: Junior Ranger
12795 West Alameda Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80228

 
Other Junior Ranger Activities

For more ways to be a Junior Ranger, visit WebRangers. You can learn more about the National Parks, play games & activities, and create you own Ranger Station.
 
 

Last updated: August 11, 2018

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Mailing Address:

274 River Road
Beach Lake, PA 18405

Phone:

(570) 685-4871

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