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Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site

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Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site

200 Reviews
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3005 Main Pky Maitland Bridge, Kejimkujik National Park, Nova Scotia B0T 1B0 Canada
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Matt D wrote a review Oct 2020
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Beautiful serene location. The peace and quiet found in the backcountry of the park is difficult to find in the world. Would recommend highly!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Marcelle J wrote a review Oct 2020
Winnipeg, Canada498 contributions24 helpful votes
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You pay a fee to get into the park unless you’re a season pass holder. However it is TOTALLY WORTH IT. Not only are there over fifteen hiking trails and spots to stop and check out the beautiful scenery but you get a lovely map of the entire park, and it’s just worth every penny (which is a small fee not even more expensive than a couple coffees). I did the hemlocks and hardwood trail and checked out mill falls. I didn’t hike mill falls but I stopped at the spot where you can access it directly. The other hike took me 1.5 hours because I was so excited about the scenery I kept doubling back and forth on the boardwalk trail. Very gorgeous and worth it. I just wish I had better planned so I could do more than the two trails. Next time!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Victoria477 wrote a review Oct 2020
Moncton, Canada892 contributions178 helpful votes
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Had seen this name many times on the weather map on the news each day.. We took a trip to NS in September & we were staying close to Kejimkujik National Park.. It was a glorious warm sunny day when we decided to go..What a great experience... We really did not know what to expect..Parked at the end of the road & walked thru the trees & there was the Lake...Water & islands as far as you can see.. A beautiful little clean beach.. Just sat with quiet nature all around...A lot of the Park was closed because of Covid 19..Whenever you get a chance....Go.. We will be going back another time & explore more of the Lakes & Rivers & see where this all flows in the Atlantic..
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gerald B wrote a review Sep 2020
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Excellent backcountry experience in a beautiful national park. A combination of paddling and portaging into the remote southern section of the park. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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worktotravel14 wrote a review Aug 2020
Arlington, VA1,272 contributions168 helpful votes
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We were overjoyed that we made the choice to go here. A lot of folks bypass this inner NS national park unless they are going on multi-day canoe/hike trips, but there is so much to do here in a tranquil, peaceful state. We enjoyed a laid-back hike through the park through on the Mersey River Trail, with diverse topography and a kayak outfitter at the turnaround point. The pine trees and hemlocks smelled oh so lovely. Most of the pathway was shaded on such hot days. We then did a couple of miles on Lake Keji, which is huge. We went on a windy day so had a hard paddle, which we liked. In addition, the gift shop is lovely. This is something we will do again and again, if we have the opportunity to make it back to Nova Scotia. Next time we'll try to go for the Dark Sky night hikes.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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