Parkbus - Bus to Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

In Partnership With Parks Canada

Welcome to one of Canada's most unique places - a park of great natural beauty that echoes with the footsteps of ancient history of Mi'kmaw people. Old growth hemlock, sugar maple and yellow aspen trees border warm-water lakes with quartzite shores that host spectacular artifacts of the past.

175 km from halifax
2 hrs
coach bus

Ticket Prices

  • Adults$49
  • Students / Seniors$44
  • Children$25
  • Adults$35
  • Students / Seniors$32
  • Children$18

Important: this is NOT a guided trip. Only transportation is included.

Stops in Kejimkujik National Park

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Merrymakedge

Interpretive activities including the carefully recreated traditional Mi'kmaw encampment, as well as Petroglyph Tours can be accessed from here (Petroglyphs must be visited with a guide, call (902) 682-2772 for more information). 3km hiking/biking trail connects the area to Jakes Landing.

Estimated Arrival
10:30 AM

Departure
04:30 PM

Jakes Landing - Whynot Adventure

Jakes Landing is the unofficial hub of the park, with multiple trailheads located in the area. Canoe and bike rentals are also available right by the bus drop-off/pick-up point from Whynot Adventure (902-682-2282), the park's outfitter. 3km hiking / biking trial connects to Merrymakedge.

Estimated Arrival
10:15 AM

Departure
04:45 PM

Pickup Locations In Halifax

Dalhousie Arts Centre (Seymour Street)

The bus will make a pick-up by Dalhousie Arts Center on a small side street adjacent to the side of the building - Seymour Street.

Departure
08:00 AM

Estimated Return
07:00 PM

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