Things To Do
Kejimkujik National Park, Maitland Bridge
Pick your pleasures for fun, activity or relaxation, any time of the year. Camping, canoeing, swimming, hiking, biking, summer guided walks and canoe paddles and cross country skiing or skating in the winter. Every season offers something different at Kejimkujik. From the brilliant arrival of spring to the peaceful quiet slumber of winter.
Kejimkujik National Park Seaside, Port Joli
Noted for its abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Hiking along the shore, you will witness the steady procession of shorebirds that migrate through the Adjunct from August to October.
Pine Grove, Milton
The Bowater Mersey Paper Company provides this park with graveled walking trails, picnic site, large stand of white pine, duck breeding / nesting area.
Summerville Beach Provincial Park, Summerville Centre
Sheltered picnic tables in the open. The 1-km beach is backed by sand dunes (nesting area for Piping Plovers; remember to keep to designated paths) and open salt marsh.
Thomas Raddall Provincial Park, East Port l'Hebert
Beautiful secluded beaches, historic sites, interpretive panels and picnic area.
Tupper Park, Milton
On the historic Mersey River, with a spectacular view of the Falls and the community. Picnic tables along the river and on the peninsula that juts out into the river.