Kejimkujik National Park

In Nova Scotia Canada

By Calvin Grosvenor


Kejimkujik National Park consists of two separate land masses in Nova scotia Canada.

Wild Life

Kejimkujik provides a habitat for land mammals like black bears, bobcat, white tailed deer, snowshoe hare and porcupine, and water mammals include beaver, otter and mink.

Things to do

Visitors to Kejimkujik National Park are treated to an extensive canoe route system through out lakes and rivers. There are 15 short walking trails and over 60 km of backcountry hiking trails.


Mixed forests of broad-leaved and
coniferous trees make up 75% of the park's


While the winters are short with
minimal snow cover, they are colder than
on the nearby coast.

"Kejimkujik National Park of Canada" Kejimkujik National Park. web. December, 10, 2014