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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
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
3005 Main Pky | Maitland Bridge, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia B0T 1B0, Canada
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You can't go wrong with a stay at at Keji. The best way is to book well in advance if you are looking for a cottage or a yurt. These will run you a bit over a hundred bucks a night but for families it's...More
We spent 3 hours here as a pleasant break on route from Lunenburg
The information office staff were excellent in recommending trails that suited our fitness ( or lack of it!) and time available
To be fair I have had more interesting walks, but we...More
I stopped here in September on my 2018 cross country road trip. The park is located a short drive off the Lighthouse Trail (Route 3) on a paved/gravel road. It’s an interesting place to visit and provides an excellent opportunity to see natural scenery and...More
Great way to break up a drive to our next destination in Nova Scotia. There are several easy, short hikes and destinations in this park. We were here for an afternoon and did 2 hikes and went to the beach area. Everything was clean and...More
This is definitely a place to stop if you are traveling through central Nova Scotia. Stop in the wonderful visitor's center and talk to the rangers about different options for hiking. There are interesting displays, clean bathrooms and a very nice gift shop. We did...More
We had an awesome time at Keji! We rented a Kayak for the day, packed a lunch and our swimsuits and spent the day paddling to all the different islands, several had lovely small beaches that we swam at. Perfect place to relax!
If you live in Nova Scotia this is a perfect park to visit that isn't too far of a drive. We have been to Keji multiple times and each time have enjoyed the trails and lakes with the beaches. Some other campers can be noisy,...More
We only visited the seaside part of Kejimkjik NP for a few hours. They trails were nicely maintained and there were interpretive signs and trail maps available. We saw dozens of harbor seals and listened to the males serenading. It is a plant lovers paradise...More
Kejimkujik National Park has been a favourite for my whole life. The park is well taken care of and has many beautiful destinations. The best thing about this park is being able to have a nice peaceful and quiet vacation. The wonderful warm lake in...More
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In this area Keji is great to visit for either just a walk or rent a canoe (or two). One person can relax while the other paddles and it's gorgeous scenery. As well in the area is Annapolis Royal to one side (amazing... More
In this area Keji is great to visit for either just a walk or rent a canoe (or two). One person can relax while the other paddles and it's gorgeous scenery. As well in the area is Annapolis Royal to one side (amazing architecture) about 20 minutes and you could for sure hit Lunenburg which is about 45 minutes the other way. Closer in is Mahone Bay (maybe 35 minutes from Keji) and it too is just beautiful. For places to stay there are a few smaller B&B in the Keji area or you could stay in one of the iconic Lunenburg hotels. well worth the drive!