Kejimkujik National Park


Situated in the heart of Nova Scotia, Kejimkujik National Park encompasses 147 square miles of forest, wildlife, and waterways. Mountains, highlands, rivers, lakes, and beaches characterize the terrain, and the region enjoys a temperate climate. A mixed forest of hardwood and softwood predominates with some old growth stands of hemlock, white pine, and sugar maple. The park's inhabitants include beaver, white-tailed deer, black bear, warblers, and the common loon. Painted, snapping, and rare Blanding's turtles can also be found here. What to see and do: Kejimkujik National Park can be explored on foot or in a canoe or kayak along a network of waterways. Canoe rentals are available at Jakes Landing, as are bike rentals. Park naturalists offer lectures and presentations about the park and surrounding province. Other activities include swimming, fishing, and in winter, cross-country skiing. If you want to stay overnight, Kejimkujik offers one partially developed campground as well as backcountry sites. Reservations for Jeremys Bay campground can be made by calling 877-737-3783 within Canada; backcountry sites may be reserved by calling 902-682-2772. There is a fee for making reservations. Handicapped-accessible facilities are available.


Off Rte 8
Maitland Bridge, NS B0T 1B0


43.90038500, -64.81961800
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(902) 682-2772

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