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Operated by the Canadian National Parks system, the Kejimkujik National Park is located in Queens County and Annapolis County in Nova Scotia.
Encompassing 404 square kilometers of Atlantic Canada, Keji is also known as the Kejimkujik National Historic Site. Make the short drive in from nearby Bridgewater.
Established in 1974, Keji features waterways like Kejimikujik Lake, Mersey River, and Still Brook – along with the 25-kilometer Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct. Kejimkujik National Park also offers over 15 hiking trails, wildlife and dark sky viewing, biking, water sports, and fishing.
Stretching along 22 square kilometers, the Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct is set in Nova Scotia along the coast of Atlantic Canada. Part of the Kejimkujik National Park and the Kejimkujik National Historic Site, the seaside is operated by the Canadian National Parks system.
The Kejimkujik Seaside Adjunct features the five-kilometer Harbour Rocks Trail, and the nine-kilometer Port Joli Head Trail – plus picnic areas, bird-watching and seal-viewingspots, and the white-sanded St. Catherines River Beach.
Out on Prince Edward Island, your visit this spring or summer should include some time spent exploring the Prince Edward Island National Park. Venture out towards the north shore of PEI and check out all of the sights at this excellent national park.
PEI National Park is nearly 60 kilometers across and fronts the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Make the drive in from nearby Charlottetown and enjoy your day at the park. The kids run around at Cavendish Grove, or check out Robinson's Island. Many visitors also enjoy the Parabolic Dunes.
Plan for outdoor adventures in New Brunswick at the Kouchibouguac National Park. One of the very best and more exceptional parks in all of Atlantic Canada, Kouchibouguac National Park is nearly 60,000 acres of gorgeous landscapes, wooded areas, and beaches.
As you plan your day at Kouchibouguac – that's "koo-chee-boo-wock" – be sure to explore Kelly's Beach Boardwalk where you can spot over 100 different bird species. The Voyager Canoe Experience is ideal during spring and summer, and Patterson Hill is the spot during the winter for tobogganing.