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Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada

What's New

We're making infrastructure improvements to Kejimkujik!
To learn more, go to: What to know before you visit


Canada Day at Kejimkujik - Friday, July 1st

FREE ADMISSION! 

Celebrate Canada Day at Keji this year! It’s time to connect with your natural and cultural heritage, and what better time than Canada’s 149th birthday.

Meet at 7 pm at the Campfire Circle, Jeremy’s Bay Campground, P2 (Visitor Centre in case of rain) for a fun filled evening!

On the program:
- Singing of “Oh Canada”
- Free Cupcakes!!!
- 2016 Programs and Activities Launch: 
    Club Keji 
     Friends of Keji Photo Contest 
     Interpretation Programs 
     Look Out! A New Geocaching Series 
     What’s Cooking? Booklet 
     Dark Sky Kits
- …and other surprises!


Gone Crabbin’ Program: Citizen Science Seaside Adventure at Kejimkujik Seaside

Up for a salty adventure in a pristine and protected coastal estuary? Take part in this exclusive maritime experience and help protect native species from the invasive European Green Crab.


Prescribed fires – Spring 2016

Parks Canada successfully conducted low intensity prescribed fires at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site on Monday, April 25th. Prescribed fires were part of a long-term Acadian Forest research and monitoring project started in 2010.

Parks Canada partnered with the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources and the North Queens Fire Association to safely conduct these prescribed fires within two 2.2 hectare mixed forest plots in the Eel Weir and Loon Lake area.

Eel Weir Road is now open at the Gold Mines trail head.

Learn more about prescribed fires