Standley Lake starts Junior Ranger program
(Aug 29, 2013)
Have you ever wondered what skills and knowledge are required to become a park ranger? Standley Lake Regional Park is happy to announce the start of the Junior Ranger program.
Children ages 6-12 are invited to join a park ranger from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at Standley Lake Regional Park to learn how you can help protect our natural resources, plants and animals. Class is held outside, rain or shine.
Class is free, however thre is a standard park entrance fee of $7 to drive in the park, or use the free parking lot located at 100th and Owens.
Class space is limted. To sign, up call 303-425-1097.
This fun, informative and interactive class is geared towards children who are interested in outdoor safety and recreation; hiking; plant, animal and land management practices; and "Leave No Trace" ethics.
Children will participate in nature games, nature crafts and park exploration en route to becoming Junior Rangers and earning their park ranger badge.
Proper footwear and clothing are recommend. Bring a water bottle and sunblock.