Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is one of the best parks in Nova Scotia, Canada for scenery and four season activity. Just ask any Nova Scotian. The park is separated into two parts. The main park is south of Annapolis Royal and is covered in lakes, rivers, marsh and floodplains. The smaller Kejimkujik section is on the Atlantic coast east of Port Joli, Nova Scotia is best known for its sandy beach and marine scenery. The Dark Sky Preserve is a premier camping, canoeing and hiking destination in the province.
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed include canoeing, hiking, swimming, guided tours, fishing, camping, kayaking, picnicking, sightseeing, photography, birding (birdwatching), wildlife watching, backpacking, wilderness camping, star gazing, biking, beachcombing, dog walking, snowshoeing and xc skiing.
Because this park has some of the best canoe routes, hiking trails and, by far, one of the most spectacular sandy beaches in the region. Not to mention you can camp here and spend as much time as you like exploring.
The more important features, amenities, services and exhibits located in and around Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site includes hiking trails, amphitheatre, shelters, playground, viewing lookouts, interpretive centre, information signs, gift shop, red chairs, food vendor, washrooms, campground, wilderness campsites, sandy beach, picnic area, and Mi’kmaq petroglyphs.