Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Kejimkujik National Park (often called Keji) is part of the Canadian National Parks system, located in the province of Nova Scotia, it was established in 1967.

This is the only Canadian national park that serves both as a national park and a national historic site, all other parks are either a national park or a national historic site.

The Canadian Space Agency tapped Kejimkujik National Park as one of the top 13 stargazing sites in the country.

Here’s what they said: both a National Park and a National Historic Site, Kejimkujik National Park is Nova Scotia’s only dark-sky preserve.

In August of 2017, during the long weekend in celebration of Natal day, we visited this beautiful place. We even went on a canoe and paddled it for some distance. I literally had my heart in my mouth, but my husband led us on. It was hard not to be paranoid, I kept imagining all sorts 😂. It was such a thrilling adventure. I wrote about our experience on my blog, click link to read.

Have you been to Kejimkujik National Park? Have you been to any of the National Parks in Canada? Did you know there are 39 national parks in Canada?

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