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A world of natural and cultural wonders awaits you at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, the only Parks Canada site which is designated both a National Park and a National Historic Site. Nature is at its best in Kejimkujik. Camp in a beautiful wooded campsite or remote wilderness site and listen for the call of the loon. Discover historic canoe routes, experience Mi

25 days ago

This trail is extremely easy and is good for all family members (including on-leash pets). Also keep your eyes out for geocaches in the area. The trail does not take long to do and there is one section of the trail that is boardwalk.

Really beautiful views and quite an easy hike. There are some rocky parts so wear good shoes. Also ran into a black bear on the trail today. Make sure to bring bear bells!

Hiked this trail with my dog after a torrential downpour. The trail was empty and covered in fog, which lifted as we got to the beach. I didn't hike the entire trail. Instead a veered left at the loop, and took the trail to the beach. The shoreline is stunning, and I would highly recommend this place. Saw a bear on the road in. Will definitely be coming back again!

Quiet forest trail, very peaceful and worth the hike. Can be done in under an hour. Easy footing. Dog friendly.

Pleasant walk along the seashore. Saw a few little snakes and plenty of bear poop. Would rate the trail as ‘Easy’ not ‘Moderate’ . Would recommend a good pair of shoes for walking on the beach rocks.

Loved it

Beautiful old growth forest....well worth a visit

Wonderful hike with so many changes from the path, to the board walk, and along the rocks. Wet ground today through the woods but worth it coming around to the beach. Very easy but you need good shoes for walking the rocks. Missed this hike last year when a man was returning up and said there were bears ahead and I might want to just walk to the beach.

5 months ago

a great hike. fun for kids. nice spot for a swim at the first fall

Beautiful place! when you turn left on the beach you can observe seals. Only wonder why is moderate since its so easy.

Beautiful hike. I would recommend going early in the morning to avoid the hot sun and turning right when you reach the fork in the trail (to avoid a large hill at the end). I saw one rabbit, one deer and a gorgeous white lady slipper. Lots of wild flowers and birds everywhere.

Most of the trail is easy-moderate terrain but the seaside portions are rocky. Great views throughout with turquoise waters. We saw coyote and bear droppings throughout our walk and recent bear tracks on the beaches. Definitely bring a whistle or other noise maker to help scare them off (in case they are present that day).

Pleasant walk through forest in various stages of growth. Trail entirely crushed rock except for short boardwalk section. Virtually no elevation change. Not sure why difficulty is modetate, seems very easy to me. At the furthest point there is a rough trail extention which is indicated to be poorly defined. Dont know where it goes or how long ot is. Also there are a few nice campsites by a lake, with a latrine less than 1 km from trail head.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Ocean view was great lots of frogs and birds.

one of my favorites at keji! always so beautiful! perfect way to spend a crisp fall morning

This hike is fairly easy, but it's beautiful and educational as it walks you through multiple states and stages of an evolving forest. The feeling of standing in the heart of the forest with 500+ year-old trees is nothing short of breathtaking!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Early September hike
Very easy trail starting from Keji information center.
Pleasant walk along wide groomed trail which follows stream with small falls and rapids.
Lots of photo ops.
Floating bridge allows exploration of both sides of stream

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cute little trail with plenty of wild blueberries and little streams.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cute little trail with plenty of wild blueberries and little streams.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Would recommend for great views of the lake

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Pretty big hills but I would recommend taking a right turn at the beginning because you avoid a steep winding hill.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Great place to see wildlife such as frogs and turtles. Perfect for families!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

I would like it more if is was a loop, great for beginners and families

I'm a intermediate hiker and this hike had a great mix of hills, turns and boardwalk.

Lovely trail with great views and access to the beach. :)

Sunday, July 02, 2017

Great way to spend an afternoon. Trail was well maintained, but noteably few benches or areas to stop. Reports of a family of bears wandering around just the day before I went -- fortunately, I had no encounters, though we did find bear droppings on the trail. Be prepared to be bear safe! Full loop is suitable for older kids who have the endurance, and younger kids and those who do not want to commit to the full distance can still enjoy a beautiful and easy walk to the beach area.

A beautiful spot. There are 2 trails. One of which is an 8km loop mostly along the cobblestone shoreline. The other is a trail along the stretch of white sand beaches. Although access to the last beaches are denied due to nesting Plovers, but still a beautiful walk up to this point. Very easy trails to hike with benches and platforms along the way. There is no camping at this provincial park. It is for day use only.

Hemlocks and Hardwoods is among one of my favourite short hikes in the province. It's an easy hike but thoroughly enjoyable.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

A very challenging hike. We did it as a complete loop of about 90km from eel weir and back to the car. The section through the west part of the park (by liberty lake) was extremely overgrown and hard to follow in areas. Hard few days, but glad to have finished it.

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