A magically lush park with sub-tropical forests, meandering rivers and island-dotted lakes.
A magically lush park with sub-tropical forests, meandering rivers and island-dotted lakes this park took its name from Kejimkujik Lake, which is a Mi’kmaq word believed to mean “land where fairies abound." Kejimkujik’s canoe routes had been used by native inhabitants for thousands of years as they traveled between the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Coast. Kejimkujik’s hiking trails offer high diversity from Acadian Forests, red maple floodplains, windswept pinetrees and old growth hemlocks. The trails are open throughout the year to spot the park’s wild inhabitants such as deer, foxes and the endangered Blanding’s Turtle.