Junior Ranger Program: Plants with Purpose
August 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join our park naturalists for an evening ethnobotany walk. On the walk, we will learn how many of the plants in our ecosystem have been used by people past and present. This hike is 0.75 miles, will last about 45 minutes, and will require stepping up, stepping down, and will take place on an uneven path. Junior Rangers stick around after the walk for a quick reflection about Special Places in parks, page 2 in the Junior Ranger Booklet.
To become a Junior Ranger, just ask for the free Junior Ranger Booklet at the park office or get one at the program. The following programs are facilitated by our Washington State Parks Interpretive staff. All programs are free and open to the public. 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.
ALL PROGRAMS MEET AT THE SUNSET BEACH INTERPRETIVE SPACE