Rogers Brook is a beautiful trail with lots of water and greenery. After doing a very short walk from the start of the trail, you will see the brook with a wooden bridge, letting you know there is even more to see on this fabulous trail.
Crossing the bridge you have a choice to either go left or straight. I decided to go left. Walking through the woods, I saw this huge boulder.
Following the curvy trail past the boulder, the landscape changes to a boardwalk with an open grass field.
The trail gets more interesting when you walk on the second boardwalk. You get a view of Rogers Brook with lots of greenery in the background. Walking near the end of the boardwalk you will see Rogers Brook merge into Mersey River. The view is so amazing that you need to view the video and additional pictures by clicking on the view photos & video button below.
Review the details below to see where I walked, the distance, and download my GPS tracks to relive my experience.
A world of natural and cultural wonders awaits you at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, the only Parks Canada site which is designated both a National Park and a National Historic Site.
Nature is at its best in Kejimkujik. Camp in a beautiful wooded campsite or remote wilderness site and listen for the call of the loon. Discover historic canoe routes, experience Mi’kmaw petroglyphs, and swim in the warm waters of Kejimkujik Lake. Don’t forget about Kejimkujik Seaside. Turquoise waters, white sand and seals basking on nearby rocks will captivate you.
Rogers Brook Trail
Distance: 1 km loop
The trail may be short, but there’s so much to see as you explore the Rogers Brook trail. You will cross Rogers Brook and follow the Mersey River along a red maple floodplain. Vibrant in autumn, the floodplain is teeming with life all year. Watch for turtles and amphibians and nesting waterfowl.
Download Kejimkujik National Park Map and refer to trail #7
Trail info courtesy of Parks Canada