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About Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

With 381 square kilometres of rolling hills and waterways, Kejimkujik is a gentle wilderness where generations of families have canoed, camped and connected with nature. It protects a collection of rare southern species and is home to the greatest diversity of reptiles and amphibians in Atlantic Canada. 

Not only does the park protect a unique sample of the Acadian forest, it also preserves and presents a unique cultural landscape, celebrating the presence of the Mi'kmaq and sharing the stories of their ancestors and history in this place. The rich Mi’kmaw heritage, rock engravings known as petroglyphs, traditional encampment areas and canoe routes contributed to the designation of Kejimkujik as a National Historic Site. 

With low light pollution, Kejimkujik is very proud to be one of Canada's Dark Sky Preserves. As the sun sets over the western shores of Kejimkujik Lake, the scenery changes to unveil a beautiful panorama of tens of thousands of stars. Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site welcomes you.


Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

P.O. Box 236
Maitland Bridge, Nova Scotia
B0T 1B0

Phone:  902-682-2772

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