Kejimkujik National Park (Keji) and National Historic Site, in southwest Nova Scotia, is 381 square km of rolling hills, waterways, and lakes. It is a glacial landscape of drumlin hills stretching from NW to SE, dotted with glacial erratic boulders.
Keji encompasses traditional Mi'kmaw canoe routes, encampment sites, and petroglyphs.
The Mersey River flows into Kejimkujik Lake from the north and flows out from the southeast.
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Last modified 17 January 2014