Be a Junior Ranger

Do you like exploring parks? Become a Washington State Parks Junior Ranger!

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The Junior Ranger booklet and badge program is a fun way for youth and families to explore Washington’s state parks. Designed for youth 4 and up, this self-guided program encourages families to discover the natural and cultural wonders of Washington through fun exploration, games, and creative activities.

To become a Junior Ranger, families may ask for the free Junior Ranger Booklet at one of our participating state parks. See the following list of parks participating in the Junior Ranger Booklet and Badge program.

  • 25 Mile Creek State Park
  • Alta Lake State Park
  • Battle Ground Lake State Park
  • Beacon Rock State Park
  • Belfair State Park
  • Birch Bay State Park
  • Bogachiel State Park
  • Bridgeport State Park
  • Deception Pass State Park
  • Dosewallips State Park
  • Fields Spring State Park
  • Fort Casey State Park
  • Fort Ebey State Park
  • Fort Flagler State Park
  • Fort Townsend State Park
  • Fort Worden State Park
  • Ginkgo State Park
  • Grayland Beach State Park
  • Ike Kinswa State Park
  • Jarrel Cove State Park
  • Kitsap Memorial State Park
  • Lake Chelan State Park
  • Lake Easton State Park
  • Lake Sammamish State Park
  • Lewis & Clark Trail State Park
  • Lewis and Clark State Park
  • Manchester State Park
  • Millersylvania State Park
  • Moran State Park
  • Olmstead Historical State Park
  • Palouse Falls State Park
  • Paradise Point State Park
  • Rainbow Falls State Park
  • Rasar State Park
  • Rockport State Park
  • Sacajawea State Park
  • Saint Edward State Park
  • Seaquest State Park
  • Spencer Spit State Park
  • Tolmie State Park
  • Twanoh State Park
  • Twin Harbors State Park
  • Wallace Falls State Park
  • Yakima Sportsman State Park