Kejimkujik

Kejimkujik National Park is one of my favorite places – it is a great National Park and especially suited to hiking, canoeing, and back country camping. The many lakes and rivers offer a great selection of routes and different terrain.

What better place is there in Nova Scotia for hiking and canoeing?

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Turtle in Jeremy Bay

Description .

The trails of Kejimkujik National Park offer visitors an opportunity to enjoy rivers, lakes and forests with groves of 300-year-old hemlock trees and an abundance of trails that access each of these natural treasures. All trails are maintained with a high quality gravel surface, while bridges and boardwalks provide access over wet areas. Each trail head has a sign with a map and brief description of the natural features along the way.

Link to Kejimkujik Web Site

Trees on Keji Lake

Trees on Keji Lake

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