Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
While Kejimkujik has been a popular national park for more than five decades, its importance to the Mi’kmaw people is based on millennia of ancestral history. For many centuries, this particular part of Nova Scotia where Kejimkujik now lies was a place of encampments, fish weirs, hunting territories, portages, trails, and burial grounds.
Explore ecological and cultural values and connectivity in Southwest Nova Scotia.
Mi'kmaq youth between the ages of 10 to 14 are invited to participate in Elapultimk, the Mi'kmaq youth archaeology camp at Kejimkujik in August, 2023.
The land is the keeper of the stories and memories of the Mi’kmaq.
Largest collection of petroglyphs in eastern North America.
The Kejimkujik Birch Bark Canoe Project highlights the work of master Mi’kmaw craftsman, Todd Labrador.
Longhouses were and still are an integral part of any Mi’kmaq community.
Special places are monitored and protected by Mi'kmaw patrol staff.
Connect with Mi'kmaw Culture at Kejimkujik!
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