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Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada

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Spring Access - Backcountry Camping

 *Important information on current conditions * - Updated April 15

Please note that the main road has now been cleared up to the Meadow Beach parking lot, but driving conditions may still be rough due to ice patches on the road. Fishing is now possible on the Mersey River, but lake surfaces remain covered in thin ice. Campsites are only accessible by snowshoe or ski. Regular updates will follow as conditions change. See Spring Access for more information on reservations and available sites for spring camping.

Jeremy’s Bay Campground, Jim Charles Point Group Campground and all backcountry sites open for the season on May 15.


Winter season 2014-2015 access

During the winter season 2014-15, visitors to Kejimkujik will have day-use access to the park/site at their own risk. Visitor facilities and services will be unavailable at this time; however, park/site access will be available as follows... » Winter season access


Changes to Backcountry Camping Reservations

Campers enjoy a quiet moment in Kejimkujik's backcountry. Kejimkujik's backcountry campsites are the perfect place to reconnect.
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Starting May 4, campers at Kejimkujik will be able to reserve their backcountry site by using the Parks Canada Reservation Service. The reservation service is available online 24/7, or by calling 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783) from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. local park time. Bookings can be made as of 8 a.m. on Monday, May 4 for the entire camping season. Please note that the new cancellation policy requires campers to cancel at least 3 days in advance in order to receive a full refund. The first night of camping will not be refunded for cancellations made within 3 days of departure. Reservation fees of $11.00 for online bookings, or $13.50 for phone reservations, will also apply. Camping permits will still need to be picked up at the Visitor Reception Centre; reservation confirmations are NOT valid permits.

All front country sites and diversified accommodations, including oTENTiks, Roger's cabin and the yurt can be reserved through the Parks Canada Reservation Service, starting April 16.



Park Passes for Expropriated Landowners

Parks Canada has a special access pass for people whose lands were expropriated during the creation of national parks or national historic sites and their descendants. This pass allows holders to enter for free to visit places of personal or family significance. Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site has landowners whose lands were expropriated during the 1960s. The pass is being introduced for Kejimkujik in the spring of 2014. » Park Passes for Expropriated Landowners...



You're Invited

Participants in the canoe festival at Kejimkujik wait for canoes to arrive. Kejimkujik's canoe festival is always popular.
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Join us at one of our many special events!

 » 2015 Special Events calendar...



Parks Canada on Google Maps

Mainland Nova Scotia places ready now for virtual exploration at maps.google.ca include Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Fort Anne NHS, Halifax Citadel NHS, York Redoubt NHS and Grand Pré NHS. » Parks Canada Google Maps project...