Kejimkujik National Park is one of the only two national parks in Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia. Thanksgive travels to Kejimkujik National Park to experience another kind of fall in autumn. There are mountains, lakes and continuous maple maple forests. One of the best places for autumn maple viewing in autumn, the maple index is second only to Breton Highlands National Park, and it is the second highest maple viewing spot in Nova Scotia.
The national park is so big and the natural scenery is very beautiful!
The feeling of national parks seems to be the same.
The feeling that the national park is okay!
The scenery here is good and there are many tourists.