Yes, it really is that beautiful. Surprisingly it's not an uncommon sight, either. You just need to get up earlier.
Or everyone loves canoeing. The Mersey River is a perfect paddle for someone looking for stunning photos, or a family looking for somewhere interesting to paddle, protected from the wind.
That's half her weight on those shoulders. Way to go!
2017's smash hit, The Lantern Flotilla. The Keji Interp staff did a great job putting this amazing tour on (after dark, of course).
We recommend visiting us before 11am or after 3pm to avoid line-ups (July and August). See you in the park!
SUP, aka Stand Up Paddleboard is the hot new trend that's a decade old. I finally gave in and added five of these beauties to our fleet. Thanks to Cape LaHave Adventures for their facilitation and training!
Our newest Nalgene family. We love colour, so we jumped at the opportunity to bring these in as soon as they were available in Canada. Maybe the first north of the 49th?
So many colours, so many boats.
There are so many deer near Jake's Landing!
We're just at Beaverskin Lake on our way to the newly restored rangers cabin (Cofan Cabin) in the Tobeatic.
Great company and great settings make for lasting memories. These two gals are catching a beautiful sundown on Cobrielle Lake, at one of our favourite campsites.
Our guide Carlene showing a Swiss guest the finer points of skipping stones at sunset.
Okay, maybe not at the Ritz, but our peach and croissant french toast done a al dutch oven is pretty hard to beat.
Can you imagine a better spot to catch a sunset?
It's the best feeling when you drop your pack for the last time as you settle into camp for the evening.