The Royal Rangers program seeks to provide something of interest for every man and boy. Due to the diversity of interest among this group today Royal Rangers features a number of special programs providing additional opportunities for fun, learning, and growth in a variety of areas of special interest. The following Royal Rangers programs emphisize specific aspects of the program.
Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship (FCF) is a special program of Royal Rangers that provides men and boys with additional opportunities to develop specialized outdoor skills based on the lore and traditions of the early American frontiersmen. FCF members participate in special events like Rendezvous where frontier skills are demonstrated and practiced. Competitions are included that promote the development of these skills and reflect the excitement, color, and flair of frontier America.
Royal Rangers Alumni (RRA) is provides members with opportunities for ongoing service to the Royal Rangers program in positions outside the local outpost.
Royal Rangers International (RRI) is a world missions program that resources, provides training, and supports national Royal Rangers ministries around the world. RRI provides a global curriculum adaptable to any culture, as well as outlets for dialog on building better ministries to children within indigenous cultures. This organization uses sports evangelism, leadership development, and a variety of other activities to accomplish the objectives of Royal Rangers.
The National Shooting Sports Program (NSSP) is a special program of Royal Rangers that promotes the safe and responsible participation in shooting sports by Royal Rangers members.
PathFinder Missions is a Royal Rangers missions construction program intended to use the many skills of Rangers to provide work teams in places where other missions teams are unable or unwilling to go.