Kejimkujik Seaside beckons with its colourful orchids and wildflowers, expansive shrubs and granite headlands framing beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise waters. It is a wonder to behold and an oasis for many ground and aquatic species alike.

These unique coastal attributes are why thirty years ago, this area was designated as part of Kejimkujik National Park. This addition fulfills another step towards Parks Canada’s goal of creating a national parks system that represents Canada’s 39 distinct natural regions, and ensures that future generations may enjoy the landscape in this pristine state for years to come.

Savour the Seaside

Thank you to everyone who helped us celebrate 30 years of Kejimkujik Seaside with Savour the Seaside! We enjoyed a wonderful day of culinary experiences with the Kilted Chef and local suppliers.

Let’s keep the celebration going all summer!

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site.