Activities and experiences
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Discover deep traditions in harmony with nature. Indigenous petroglyphs illuminate thousands of years of Mi’kmaw heritage here. Paddle waterways and hike or bike woodland trails through rich ecosystems. Stay overnight in this Dark Sky Preserve.
At Kejimkujik Seaside, the Atlantic coast reveals its beauty with white sand beaches, turquoise water, and lagoons that provide nurseries for all sorts of sea life.
Reservation launch dates
We're moving our reservation system to a new platform! Because of this change, Parks Canada will be launching reservations for the 2023 season starting in March. As of March 3, you’ll need to create a new account, even if you've used our system before.
Kejimkujik is a great destination for hiking, picnicking, geocaching, or stargazing.
Hiking is one of the most popular activities at Kejimkujik.
Biking is a great way for all age groups to explore Kejimkujik!
Geocaching is a modern treasure hunt popular with people of all ages.
Immerse yourself in science and history at the Dark-Sky Preserve.
Explore a distinct region of Kejimkujik and discover wild beauty on the Atlantic coast.
Kejimkujik offers some of the best paddling in Atlantic Canada. Canoe, kayak, or paddleboard waters traveled by the Mi’kmaq for thousands of years.
Discover Mi'kmaw culture, traditions, and language, 4,000 years in the making.
Things to do
Participate in a wide range of tours and programs at Kejimkujik in July and August.
A variety of guided experiences are offered daily in July and August.
The Parks Canada Perfect Picnic is available from participating restaurants from July to October 31.
Kid-approved, family-friendly programs.
Kejimkujik welcomes school groups of all ages during the spring and fall seasons.
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