We’ve camped in Kejimkujik National Park (or simply “Keji”) twice: once “car camping” in the Jeremy’s Bay campground and once backcountry or “canoe camping”. Both are amazing for camping with dogs, but given a choice, we would pick backcountry camping every time. A secluded campsite, a private beach, and a weekend in the wilderness? It doesn’t get any better.
Check out our blog post for the lowdown on backcountry camping with dogs in Keji, including our list of essential items.
How to Get There
It takes about two hours to drive to Keji from Halifax. Follow Highway 103 for 94 km. Take exit 13 for NS-325 N. Continue for 25 km. Turn left onto NS-208 W and drive for 18 km. Turn right on NS Trunk 8 N and continue for 21 km. The park entrance will be on your left.