Junior Rangers meet with purpose during the summer

Your kids might not always agree, but summer can be a time for fun and learning.

One easy way to introduce youngsters 16 and under to the outdoors is the Colorado Parks and Wildlife “Junior Ranger Program.”

Each Saturday, the program heads to one section of the James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park to share activities designed to promote an interest in the outdoors.

All programs begin at 10 a.m. and go for one to two hours, depending on the topic. This isn’t a babysitter – parents are asked to stay for the program, too.

The program begins Saturday at Corn Lake State Park.

WHAT: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Junior Ranger Program

WHERE: Various sections of the James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park.

WHEN: 10 a.m. every Saturday in June.

HOW: Information at http://on.fb.me/115uXUD. All programs are free although each vehicle entering the park must have a $7 daily pass or $70 annual pass.


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