Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

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Established in 1969, Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is the first national park in Canada also designated a national historic site in its entirety. Protecting a rich cultural landscape, Kejimkujik’s name comes from the Mi’kmaw word “kejimkuji’jk”, which means “little fairies”.

Well-known for the canoe and portage routes traveled by the Mi’kmaq for thousands of years between the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Coast, a new addition to Kejimkujik in recent years are the shared-use trails that welcome mountain bikers!

All of the trails in Kejimkujik are multi-directional, so share the trails and be sure to approach other trail users respectfully.


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Total Distance:
16 km
Total Descent:
500 m
Total Vertical:
89 m
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  1. Main Trailhead

    There are 3 main trailheads used by mountain bikers:

    • Mill Falls  parking lot 
    • Flowing Waters Trail (#3) parking lot
    • Mersey River Trail (#10) parking lot

    The main trailhead at Mill Falls  has lots of parking and enters onto the Ukme’k Trail. The Ukme’k Trail connects to the Mill Falls Trail, Beech Grove Trail, and Mersey River Trail.

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