Ancient Mi’Kmaw Culture Re-Emerges Conference
Parks Canada is pleased to participate in the workshop with a special presentation about the largest collection of petroglyphs in North America found embedded in the cultural landscape at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. Conference participants are invited to visit Kejimkujik on Saturday, June 22nd for a special guided tour of the petroglyphs and experience the rich Mi’kmaw culture programming at Kejimkujik including guided nature walks, Mi’Kmaw encampment areas and special events celebrating Mi’kmaw culture including the Kejimkujik Storytelling Festival on July 20th. The conference is hosted by White Point Beach Resort in partnership with the Acadia First Nation and other partners. For information and to register for the Mi’Kmaw Culture Re-Emerges Conference download this PDF.
Ready to camp!
All you have to bring is your sleeping bag...the Kejimkujik oTENTik village is open! (...)
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Prescribed Fire at Kejimkujik
Parks Canada conducted low-intensity prescribed fires at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site May 2, 3, and 6, 2013. This activity is part of a Parks Canada ten-year research and monitoring program to better understand the natural disturbance processes and management actions that can influence forest regeneration at Kejimkujik (...)
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Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service
New in 2013, all reservations will be on a site-specific basis.
This means that guests will be able to select and reserve their exact campsite.
Campers can reserve a campsite online at www.reservation.parkscanada.gc.ca or by calling 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783).
Reservations begin April 16, 2013 for the camping period May 17 to October 14. 100% of our campsites are reservable.
Kejimkujik Fishing Season opens March 30, 2013. Important changes to fishing licensing - Spring 2013