South Shore and Annapolis Valley Sights

Kejimkujik National Park–Seaside

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Published 05/06/2016

Fodor's Review

One of the last untouched tracts of coastline in Atlantic Canada, this park has isolated coves, broad white beaches, and imposing headlands, all of which are managed by Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site (just plain "Keji" to locals or the linguistically challenged). A hike along a 6-km (4-mile) trail reveals a pristine coast that's home to harbor seals, eider ducks, and many other species. To protect nesting areas of the endangered piping plover, parts of St. Catherine's River beach (the main beach) are closed to the public from late April to early August.

Sight Information


Off Hwy. 103, 25 km (16 miles) southwest of Liverpool, Port Joli, Nova Scotia, B0T 1T0, Canada




Sight Details:

  • C$3.90
  • Park daily, visitor center mid-May–late June and early Sept.–mid-Oct., daily 8:30–6; late June–early Sept., daily 8:30–8

Published 05/06/2016


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