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State parks offer Junior Ranger program

Do you know a child, age six-14, who loves fun and adventure, exploring and discovering nature’s secrets and spending time outdoors?
The Tennessee State Parks’ Junior Ranger Program offers all of these, along with excellent educational opportunities, designed to foster a love of nature and to encourage a healthy lifestyle.
There are two ways to become an official Tennessee State Parks’ Junior Ranger.
Interested kids ages six-14 may attend a Junior Ranger Camp, slated for June and July at various parks throughout the state; or complete a series of activities found in the Junior Ranger Adventure Guide.
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