Kids likely won’t “ooh” and “ahh” at national park scenery nearly as much as you will, so educationally engage them and make the visit more fun with a free Junior Ranger workbook available at Beaver Meadows, Fall River, Alpine, Moraine Park and Kawuneeche Visitor Centers. Have them answer questions and do activities about the parkÃƒ¢Ã‚€Ã‚™s ecosystem and wildlife — often right at the visitor centers. They may also get credit for wildlife sightings and good deeds, such as picking up litter. A ranger will check their work, do a little ceremony and award them a Rocky Mountain National Park Junior Ranger badge. It’s the best kind of souvenir: well earned.