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.

Start your journey on a side-by-side all-terrain vehicle and enjoy the ride to a protected and secluded lagoon destination. At the field station you’ll learn about trapping techniques and data collection then it’s off to the rowboats. Be prepared to get your hands wet and have fun as you weave your rowboat between the stunning granite islands pulling traps from the water and handling fish and crabs alike. Take advantage of this rare opportunity to help save a fragile ecosystem and enjoy an idyllic landscape.

Kejimkujik Seaside National Park.

July and August 2018.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
10 am - 2 pm


Maximum 6 participants / group

• Pre-booking required at least three days (72h) in advance
• Bookings open May 18, 2018
• Stop in at the Visitor Centre and make booking in person (cash, debit, or credit card)
• Call the Visitor Centre 902-682-2772 and book over the phone. Credit card required for phone bookings.

• All participants will be contacted the night before to confirm program details
• Don’t forget to pack a picnic lunch, water and snacks. Time for lunch will be provided on a beautiful lagoon island. Even better - treat yourself to a Parks Canada Perfect Picnic
• Program runs rain or shine; however, cancellation can occur in severe weather conditions

• Must be made at least three days (72h) before the day of without penalty fee. Penalty fee consists of 50% of total cost of booking.
• If the program is cancelled due to weather, participants will be notified between 3 pm and 4 pm the day before and given the opportunity to re-book
• A waiting list will be kept; however, if a program is cancelled due to weather, this group's re-booking will be given priority over others on the waiting list