Port Joli served as a summer encampment area for the Mi'kmaq people. Later on in its history in the 18th century, a Loyalist regiment was granted this area.
Formerly a prosperous fishing harbour, Port Joli now is home to three unique nature parks, Kejimkujik National Park Seaside, Port Joli Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary and Thomas H. Raddall Provincial Park. Thomas Raddall Park was recently the focus of archaeological digs which unearthed exciting evidence of the Mi'kmaq settlements.
Port Joli is off Highway 103, Exit 22 about 20 minutes west of Liverpool.
GPS: 43.877758, -64.899373