Kejimkujik interpreters are passionate about sharing their knowledge and love for this spectacular place. Get swept away on one of the many adventures they have prepared for you.

Reconnect with the land as you learn about local Mi’kmaw culture, explore the gentle waterways, and experience the depths of the Dark-Sky Preserve in the company of our skilled interpreters.

Registration and cancellations

Registration opens on May 20, 2022 at the Visitor Centre or call 902-682-2772.

Cost: See prices

Cancellations: Fully refundable if you cancel 24 hours before the program start time, or if cancelled by Parks Canada staff due to severe weather or low registration.


Program details

Experience the Petroglyphs
A visitor and Parks Canada guide looking at Petroglyphs in the rocks.
Experience the Petroglyphs at Kejimkujik

Join a Parks Canada Interpreter and learn about Mi’kmaw culture by experiencing the wonder of the petroglyphs on the shores of Kejimkujik Lake. These fascinating stone-carved depictions make up one of North America’s largest collections and have been vital clues for reconstructing regional history. The petroglyphs are in a restricted area and the tours are the only way visitors can access them.

When: Calendar

Cancellations: This program is cancelled if it is raining.

Cost: Free with admission. Pre-registration required. The number of participants is limited.

Location: Merrymakedge P1 parking lot.

Ages: Not recommended for young children.

Pets: No pets.

Stories of the Stars – Dark Sky Program
Group looking at the night sky with red lights on the ground.
Stories of the Stars – Dark Sky Program at Kejimkujik

For years, humans have been inexplicably drawn to the mystery and beauty of the stars. Our ancestors embedded the fabric of their beliefs and culture into the sky by projecting their heroes and symbols onto stars and made the very first constellations. Join Lesley and Alex to hear some of the intricate stories behind these stars and constellations.

When: Calendar

Cost: Free with admission. Drop in! No registration required.

Location: Sky Circle at P1 in Jeremy’s Bay Campground

Ages: All ages welcome.

Pets: Pets are allowed if they are quiet, leashed, and controlled.

What to bring:

Red lights only.

Please bring a blanket or camp chair as this program takes place in the field.

National Film Board movie night and discussion

If you've missed the experience of watching films, why not take a break in the Visitor Centre's indoor theater? Join an interpreter to watch a selection of films on climate, environment, indigeneity, and resource management. *Caution, some films may contain sensitive subject matter

When: Calendar 

Cost: Free with admission. Drop in! No registration required.

Location: Visitor Centre indoor theatre

Ages: All ages welcome.

Pets: No Pets.

What to bring: Bring a cup for tea! Masks recommended.