Kejimkujik National Park – ideas for free time

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Kejimkujik National Park comes in two parts: the main, inland, 381 square kilometre wilderness which is largely untouched and indeed mostly inaccessible unless on foot or in a kayak; and the seaside adjunct, which is located just south of Liverpool. Most hire cars are not permitted along the 6.5 kilometre access road to the Adjunct therefore the main park offers the best opportunity to stretch the legs for those just passing through. The park is steeped in the heritage and legends of the aboriginal Mi’knaw people and this vast area of old growth forest hides treasures of carvings and petroglyphs alongside beautiful lakes and wetland habitats.  Here you will find a great selection of walks, from a short wander to challenging multi-day hikes though this immense wilderness. You can also hire kayaks or canoes and paddle along the backwaters or out on to impressive Kejimkujik Lake. Parks Canada can arrange guided tours; information and maps can be found at the visitor centre at Maitland Bridge

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