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Kejimkujik National Park

Listed under National Parks in Ottawa, Canada.

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Rivers bulging into wild and scenic lakes criss cross the gently rolling green hills and woodlands of this national park. These rivers provided an important thoroughfare for the indigenous population who used them to pass between the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Ocean leaving behind rock art and relics to their passage. A quiet wilderness terrain for paddlers and hikers, with plenty of marked trails and campsites.

Information on Kejimkujik National Park from Parks Canada.

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