Kejimkujik National Park Seaside
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Kejimkujik has two locations in the South Shore region of Nova Scotia: inland and seaside. They are 1-hour apart, and a 2-hour drive from Halifax and the airport.
Kejimkujik Seaside is a day-use park. Admission is free. Camping is available nearby at Thomas Raddall Provincial Park. Plan to spend a half or full-day exploring the trails and beach.
Visiting Kejimkujik National Park Seaside
Hours of operation
Kejimkujik Seaside is located along Nova Scotia’s coast, 99 km southeast of Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site.
Safety and guidelines
Weather, wildlife, drinking water, essential items, Seaside, Adventuresmart.
Activities and experiences
Hiking, Coastie Initiative, Parks Canada Perfect Picnic.
Facilities and services
Facilities and services, parking, washrooms, trails, beaches.
About Kejimkujik National Park Seaside
Nature and science
Conservation and restoration, environment, and wildlife.
History of Kejimkujik Seaside
Fishing and farming, Little Hope Lighthouse.
Stewardship and management
Jobs, partners, permits and licenses, public consultations, plans, and policies.
An authentic Atlantic experience awaits you at Kejimkujik Seaside. You can hike through a labyrinth of dense shrubs on your way to the coast. Gradually, the horizon opens up to an expansive view of the Atlantic shoreline with headlands, islands, and bays. Once you arrive at the observation deck, your eyes will be riveted by the pure white sweep of Saint Catherines River Beach. This shining crescent of sand will enchant you with its turquoise waters.
The real adventures still await you at the Atlantic’s edge – seals basking on off-shore islets, one of the last undisturbed nesting beaches of the endangered piping plover, rafts of eiders and other seabirds, waves crashing on granite headlands, an abundance of orchids, and the traces of the Saint Catherines River sheep farm.
Kejimkujik Seaside will invigorate your every sense.
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