kejimkujik national park


Sandy Lane
Vacation Rentals
135 Water St
Shelburne, Nova Scotia
B0T 1W0 Canada

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Guest Testimonials

Our week at Rockland Cottage was a wonderful peaceful experience, with an abundance of wildlife, fabulous views.  Deer wandering into the garden being a highlight for all.
H. Leger
Sheffield, UK, 2005
What a charming, well-appointed little home is the Captain McLean's Carriage House.  I have been so comfortable and content is this historic and lovely setting.  It will be very difficult to drive away.  Shelburne, especially history-laden is a delight for "land-lubbers" seeking fresh seafood, good (super) accommodations and sightseeing - beaches, museums, period costumes, pleasant faces and helpful info everywhere!  Farewell Nova Scotia, and we'll not forget what we've learned about the folks who make this province great, nor those who went before to build its harbour towns.
C. Clarke
Ontario, 2009
Slateville Cottage is a beautiful and comfortable house. We have especially enjoyed the seals on the rocks. Thanks so much for having good binoculars for us to use. On the first morning we went for a walk and were excited to come across a couple of deer and their young ones.
R. Campbell
Ottawa, ON, 2009
We had such a lovely time in Nova Scotia. It was everything we hoped it would be. Our children enjoyed the challenge of our own rocky beach. We even found a few intact sea urchins before the seagull smashed them. Other highlights of our visit were the "Trot in Time ride" through Lunenberg, Carter's Beach and Halifax. Thank you Helen and John so much for your part in our great vacation.
The Carters
Chatham, NJ, 2007

Kejimkujik National Park

This granite boulder, now supporting the roots of a stately tree, was smoothed and transported to this spot by the action of glaciers. Geologists sometimes refer to such boulders as "glacial erratics". Photo by Keith Vaughan.

Description

Kejimkujik, the only inland national park of Canada in the Maritimes, features abundant lakes and rivers ideal for canoeing. The lush woodlands and gently rolling landscapes are home to a variety of wildlife. Visitors will find historic canoe routes, portages and many beautiful hiking trails in the park.

Location


The closest cottages to this Park are:
Willow Cove Cottage in Port Mouton; Ocean Vista Cottage in Hunts Point; Peace and Plenty in Western Head and The Samuel Fairbanks House in Liverpool.

Kejimkujik Drive , Route 8

Website

Kejimkujik National Park

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