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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
We stopped here on the way across Nova Scotia and really enjoyed the green space. We took a short walk before heading to Jeremy's campground for a picnic. The park wasn't officially open yet so we managed to bag a spot right on the lake,...More
We stopped for a few hours and picked out two short hikes with the help of a guide at the visitor center. There were some mosquitos but nothing too bad. The weather was questionable with a possible thunder storm predicted so we didn’t canoe. If...More
My wife and I, from Prince Edward Island visited this BEAUTIFUL Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site in Nova Scotia. To help with this review, the weather was perfect. We did walking on 3 trails and the scenery was spectacular. It was so wonderful...More
Stopped here for a few hours and so glad we did. Staff were very helpful with useful maps and advice re bugs etc. Walks by the river were very easy and comfortable. Beach areas were deserted as pre season. Nice place to stop and relax.
Did a few of the hiking trails, pretty easy going (for two people in their 20s) even at the "intermediate" level. Absolutely gorgeous even though we were there late May, which I understand is spring in NS. Cheaper than Ontario parks to get in, too....More
Stayed here for a night this weekend.
We had rented an otentik which is perfect for people who want to do glamping ;)
Otentik is a permanent wooden structure with tarp. It has 6 single beds (5 joined together and 1 on top of the...More
Spent 2 nights, great area. Quiet campground, spacious sites. Clean bathrooms and shower rooms. The internet is "iffy". Electric only at some sites, which is fine. They are starting an upgrade plan for the bathrooms, which means the showers will be closer.
Do you know that the government destroyed and burned down our home to make this park. They destroyed 3 summer resorts to make a wilderness park. We were forced out of our homes. My family owned all of the land up the river where the...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!