Join us at one of our many special events!
» 2014 Special Events calendar...
Parks Canada on Google Maps
Mainland Nova Scotia places ready now for virtual exploration at maps.google.ca include Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Fort Anne NHS, Halifax Citadel NHS, York Redoubt NHS and Grand Pré NHS.
» Parks Canada Google Maps project...
'Early-Bird' Season Passes!
Order your 2014 Kejimkujik Season Pass at the ‘Early Bird’ special rate of 20% off - makes a great Christmas gift! - Order today for unlimited visits in 2014. Call or email to order your pass.
‘Early Bird’ pricing is available until May 20, 2014:
Adult (17-64) $ 23.50
Senior (65+) $ 19.60
Youth (6-16) $ 11.70
Winter season 2013-2014 access
During the winter season 2013-14, visitors to Kejimkujik will have day-use access to the park/site at their own risk. Visitor facilities and services will be unavailable at this time; however, park/site access will be available as follows...
» Winter season access...
Enter to win Canada's Coolest School Trip contest!
Grade 8 / secondary 2 classes can now enter to win a four-day all-expenses-paid trip to Parks Canada places on the coast of beautiful British Columbia!
The lucky grand-prize winners will discover the emerald waters of the Pacific and go on amazing beach adventures in Gulf Islands National Park Reserve to observe the wildlife that make this beautiful place their home. Students will also live the life of a World War I or II soldier at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site, connect with the traditions of local First Nations, tour Fisgard Lighthouse National Historic Site after-dark and sleep under the stars in Parks Canada's new oTENTik camping experience.
» Canada's Coolest School Trip...
#KEJI exhibit © Curtis Botham, NSCAD
#KEJI, a partnership between NSCAD University and Parks Canada, is a group project featuring works made in response to four days of camping in the great Canadian outdoors. Parks Canada facilitated this social experience at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, allowing twelve artists with similar interests to collaborate, explore and engage in this investigation of the "contemporary camping experience" #KEJI is.
The exhibition was presented in October 2013. For more information, visit www.nscad.ca or the exhibit Facebook page.