About an hour north of Liverpool, and twenty minutes north of Caledonia, sits 381 square kilometers of protected forest called “Keji” by locals. Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is a outdoor enthusiast’s dream, with endless hiking and biking trails giving you views of amazing wildlife and rare species. A popular choice is the Hemlocks and Hardwoods Hike, taking you past majestic Hemlocks, some several hundred years old. For a map of the hiking trails, visit Keji’s website.

GPS – Keji Visitor Centre: 44.438667, -65.208449

Keji is located on Highway 8, about 20 minutes north of Caledonia.