Great Canadian Parks / Nova Scotia

Great Canadian Parks Nova Scotia
'one defends and the other conquers'.

One of Canada's eastern maritime provinces, Nova Scotia is an historical and cultural gem where visitors can take a driving tour along the scenic Cabot Trail; fish, swim, camp and hike in the national parks; and find relaxing solitude along the craggy coastline or lush interior. The parks protect a wide range of habitats and species, including moose, lynx and Atlantic salmon.

Cape Breton National Park


Cape Breton Highlands National Park, the first national park in the Maritimes, situated in the northern section of Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island, preserves 950 square kilometres of wilderness. Learn more in Cape Breton National Park

Kejimkujik National Park


Established in 1967, Kejimkujik National Park’s vast interior landscape covers 381 square kilometres of lush forest, slow moving streams and island-studded lakes, providing a taste of Nova Scotia’s imposing inland wilderness. Learn more in Kejimkujik National Park