Guided experiences

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

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.

Guided experiences are offered from July until September.

Some programs have limited space and require pre-registration.

Many programs are free with admission and some programs require a fee per person. See prices


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.

Todd Labrador building a birch bark canoe.
Birch Bark Canoe Building with Todd Labrador at Kejimkujik
Copyright: Todd Labrador
A visitor and Parks Canada guide looking at Petroglyphs in the rocks.
Experience the Petroglyphs at Kejimkujik
Parks Canada guide speaking to a group of visitors.
Big Canoe Petroglyphs Paddle at Kejimkujik
A Parks Canada interpreter next to a wigwam.
Wejisqalia’ti’k – Mi’kmaw encampment at Kejimkujik
Person hiking through a hemlock forest alone.
Healing Hemlocks – Mindfulness Hike at Kejimkujik
Puppet theatre
Kejimkujik Puppet Theatre
Group looking at the night sky with red lights on the ground.
Stories of the Stars – Dark Sky Program at Kejimkujik

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.

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