Kejimkujik National Park Seaside

Posted on August 27th, 2011

Late in the afternoon on our final day of vacation, we decided on one more adventure. We particularly enjoy national parks and we saw some information on this park in our growing stack of Nova Scotia information. After a brief calculation it was decided that we had enough time to get to this location and return to our hotel in Halifax by dark.

Hiking turned out to be the main activity in the park. The suggested route was the 2.2 km walk to Harbour Rocks. The trail was almost like a tunnel for most of the way as can be seen below. Near the ocean, the trail opens up for a view of the harbour rocks.

Much of the park is closed to visitors. One area is closed due to erosion from earlier storms. The other section is the nesting grounds for the piping plover.

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