3-Day Big Dam - Frozen Ocean Canoe Trip


Whynot Adventure

1507 main park way

Kejimkujik National Park


Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley


May 9th, 2014 to October 16th, 2014


Explore Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site’s classic 3-day canoe adventure. This route has been traveled by many over the decades of park history, and for good reason! Comfortable campsites, a variety of small Nova Scotian lakes and a beautiful river to explore. Tired of smoke-in-your-eyes cooking? Don’t want to deal with those post meal dishes? Having a tough time hanging the perfect pitch on your tarp? No problem: Enjoy the convenience and luxury of a fully guided and fully catered backcountry adventure with one of our experienced guides.


This is a fully guided 3-day backcountry canoe adventure.

Join your guide at Jake’s Landing where you’ll load up and shuttle to the Big Dam parking lot with all your gear. The adventure begins with a short and gentle portage into Big Dam lake. A campsite is only a short paddle away at a relaxing pace. On hot days you can enjoy a swim from a canoe floatilla, or take in the shade under an ancient hemlock tree. Big Dam is oriented with the prevailing winds and makes for enjoyable bug-free paddling during the early season!

Take advantage of maintained campsites with cooking grills and picnic tables, groomed portage trails and Parks outhouses, without loosing a sense of wilderness and adventure. This trip perfectly blends luxury and comfort with Nova Scotia’s unforgettable landscape creating an adventure perfect for anyone to enjoy. This trip is especially suited for families!

One of the best aspects of this trip is that it is a loop, allowing you to finish back at Jake’s Landing just where you started (and parked your car!).

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Detailed Information

Coupon: P10019
Conditions: Our Big Dam – Frozen Ocean adventures depart on Mondays and Fridays. The trip cost is $408.25 (HST incl) per participant. A 25% non-refundable deposit ($88.75) must be paid at the time of booking to hold reservation. Ask about special pricing for participants under the age of 10 years old. This is a 2-night/3-day back country adventure suitable for any level of skill. Participants must be capable of multiple hours of activity.
Admission: Explore Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site’s classic 3-day canoe adventure. This trip is perfect for families, new adventurers, or seasoned paddlers looking to add another notch on their paddle.


Destination Southwest Nova Scotia
Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia