Mason’s Cabin

Maitland Bridge, Nova Scotia

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There is only one cabin campsite available in Kejimkujik National Park: campsite #37, known as Mason’s Cabin. This is situated in the southwest corner of the park, at the narrowest point on the slender sliver of land separating Peskawa and Pebbleloggitch lakes. Mason’s is a favourite with canoeists, because less than a 1 km (0.6 mi) paddle is required through the Pebbleloggitch Stillwater to connect to the Shelburne River, which is outside of the park, a designated (1997) Canadian Heritage River and the most remote wilderness river in Nova Scotia.

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"There is only one cabin campsite available in Kejimkujik National Park: campsite #37, known as Mason’s Cabin. This is situated in the southwest corner of the park, at the narrowest point on the slender sliver of land separating Peskawa and Pebbleloggitch lakes. Mason’s is a favourite with canoeists, because less than a 1 km (0.6 mi) paddle is required through the Pebbleloggitch Stillwater to connect to the Shelburne River, which is outside of the park, a designated (1997) Canadian Heritage River and the most remote wilderness river in Nova Scotia."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Snowshoeing, Walking
Nearby City: Maitland Bridge
Distance: 23.1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 2 days
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: Gov’t topo Map: 21A06 (Kejimkujik)

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