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
Introducing Kejimkujik National Park
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.
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.
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.