Participate in a Ranger Program

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Evening ranger programs are great way to learn more about the park and take place Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
Ranger programs are a great way to learn more about the park and are scheduled Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

NPS / Neal Herbert

 

Important Note about Ranger Programs

Due to modified park operations, the park is not offering any scheduled ranger programs. When visiting the park, please check at the local visitor center or message boards to see what activities are being offered.

One of the best ways to experience a national park is participating in a ranger program. Yellowstone National Park offers a variety of ranger programs throughout the park, and throughout the year. Check the calendar for specific program details.

 
Male ranger sits on a sidewalk with animal pelts and talks with a large group of teenager, many of which are also seated on the ground.
A ranger delivers an interpretive program to a group of teenagers.

NPS/Jim Peaco

 

Sample Schedules

Yellowstone's in-park ranger programs vary each season.

Winter

For the 2021-2022 winter season, no scheduled ranger programs will be offered.

Spring

The spring season is a transitional period for the park, so no ranger programs are scheduled during this time.

Summer

For the 2022 summer season, scheduled ranger programs are TBD. When visiting the park this summer, please check locally at visitor center bulletin boards for any activities that might pop-up that day.

As an alternative, be sure to download the official free, official NPS app to help plan and enrich your trip to Yellowstone. Then, you will be able to use the app to learn more about the park's magnificent natural and cultural wonders, as well as virtually take a ranger with you by using the self-guided tours option.

Fall

For the 2022 fall season, scheduled ranger programs are TBD.

 
Become a junior ranger of Yellowstone National Park.

Junior Ranger

Becoming a junior ranger is a great way to experience Yellowstone National Park for you and your family.

A young visitor learns about hot springs from a ranger.

Young Scientist

Solve science mysteries by combining investigation in both visitor center and field settings.

Visitors stopping by Fishing Bridge Visitor Center & Trailside Museum

Visitor Centers

Step inside a visitor center and explore the exhibits and interpretive offerings, or talk to a ranger.

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

PO Box 168
Yellowstone National Park , WY 82190-0168

Phone:

307-344-7381

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