Duties of a South Carolina State Park Service Junior Ranger

As a Junior Ranger, you’ll play an important role in keeping our State Parks a special place for you, your friends and family, and all the animals and plants that live there for years to come! Those are what we call the Duties of a Junior Ranger.

The white-tailed deer, the state mammal of South Carolina, can be found on any state park in South Carolina. These woodland friends can be found grazing along the roadsides or at the edge of the forests almost any time of day or night.
  • Promise to help keep campsites, parks, rivers, beaches and trails clean.
  • Respect the rights and property of others.
  • Teach others to conserve and wisely use natural and cultural resources.
  • Help people work to protect natural resources.
  • Learn the park rules and follow them.
  • Respect the living things found on State Parks.
  • Protect our State Parks by staying on trails.
  • Spend time outdoors learning about the world in which you live.
  • Inspire others to visit State Parks and become involved in the outdoors.
  • Understand what the term "Stewardship and Service" means.
  • Know why State Parks are important places.
  • Stay safe in the outdoors.

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