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Uniquely designated a National Park and a National Historic site, Kejimkujik is the only National Park with a dual designation making it a truly one of a kind destination to explore and experience in southwestern Nova Scotia. With 381 square...more
Certificate of Excellence
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3005 Main Pky | Maitland Bridge, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia B0T 1B0, Canada
All reviews visitor center nova scotia mersey river short hike hiking trails dark sky preserve old growth gravel road interesting displays well taken care fire pit great trails annapolis valley interpretive signs well worth the visit km loop milky way
We went to this park for one evening just to see the sky. The park is a dark sky preserve with minimal light pollution. You can actually see the milky way. Thousands and thousands of stars as well. It is awe inspiring. I wish I...More
The park was beautiful and had many walking trails. The staff where very knowledgeable and friendly. The only drawback was the camp ground. The camp spots were not very private, some places the camp spots were almost on top of each other.
We visited Beach 4 with our 3 year old granddaughter while visiting family in Nova Scotia. This beach is on the large lake but what sets it apart are the well planned facilities. There are super clean changerooms and washrooms. There is a snack bar...More
This was my second trip to Keji, once in 2018 and again in 2019. We traveled with other families, including adults and kids 13 and under. The campsites are well maintained and a good size with some privacy. Bathrooms and showers were clean (for the...More
Went to the park for a three day hiking adventure. I had a great time. Walking over 50km of trails. Which are of all types. Some are easy to walk or bike with great views. Where some are quite rough and need a bit of...More
This was one of 10 national parks that we visited in the Maritimes this past year. One problem that we had in many of the other parks was that the trails were poorly marked both on the trails and getting to the trails. Kejimkujik is...More