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SeasideĀ of Kejimkujik National Park

South Shore

(Port Joli/Portl'Hebert/Port Mouton)

Enjoy a hike, observe the seals basking on the rocks or have a picnic at Kejimkujik's Seaside. This 22 square km day-use National Park is a unique example of unspoiled Atlantic coastline.

Things to See and Do:

  • Hike the trails at Kejimkujik SeasideĀ (Harbour Rocks Trail 5.2 km and Port Joli Head Trail 8.7 km)
  • Just across the bay is Thomas Raddall Provincial Park – Either camp overnight or as a day visitor, this 1,675 acre park offers woodland and coastal trails with beaches of varying shapes and sizes
  • The Port L'Hebert Pocket Wilderness Park – Enjoy a picnic and take in the relaxing scenery in a 150-acre tranquil natural park with a three-kilometer trail through woodlands and salt marshes leading to the ocean at Port l'Hebert Bay.
  • Visit Port Mouton – stay in the new hostel, visit the craft co-op and the art gallery
  • Birders Paradise – Excellent opportunities for birding at White Point, Summerville Beach, Port Mouton beaches, Kejimkujik Seaside, Thomas Raddall Provincial Park and Port L'Hebert Pocket Wilderness. Home of the rare Piping Plover – look out for warning notices when nesting areas are fenced off at certain times of the year.
  • Take kayak or surfing lessons

Municipal Partners

  • Municipality of the District of Shelburne
 

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Take a peek at what lies in the South Shore region. See images