Changes to firewood regulations: Kejimkujik introduced a firewood importation ban in 2018. Help us protect our forests from invasive species!

Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts
Things to know:
  • Backcountry camping is open.
  • Please check in at entry gate between 9 am and 5 pm as the Visitor Centre is closed.
  • Please bring your own hand sanitizer for your backcountry camping trip.
  • Roofed accommodations are closed. The yurt and the three backcountry rustic cabins remain closed. Reservations for the yurt and W3 (Rogers Cabin) are being cancelled and refunded. Holders of reservations for W1 and W2 will be contacted by Parks Canada for alternate trip planning (where possible).
  • Jeremy's Bay Campground and Jim Charles Point Group Campground are closed for the entire 2020 season as part of a major project to replace all washrooms and utilities. Learn more about these campground improvements.
  • If you have questions about your reservation, please contact a park attendant by phoning 902-682-2772. 

Visit the Kejimkujik COVID-19 page for updates on park facilities and services.

Learn-to Camp

Are you interested in camping but don’t know where to begin? The Parks Canada Learn-to Camp program equips you with the knowledge and skills you need to feel confident planning and carrying out your first camping adventure.

More information

Kejimkujik National Park Seaside

Please note that Kejimkujik National Park Seaside is a day-use facility only; however, camping is available just across the bay at Thomas Raddall Provincial Park.

Kejimkujik: A Family Experience


[Parks Canada logo]

music (no narration)

[A shot of an oTENTik in a forest.]

[Title: Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site.]

[Young children open their eyes in their beds.]

[One of the young boys sits up in his bed with a big smile on his face.]

[Both of the children crawl down from their bunk bed and fall onto their parents who are also asleep in the oTENTik]

[One of the young boys runs through tall grass in a wooded area.]

[The two boys are looking at something in the forest their father pointed out.]

[The family is on the Petroglyph site next to the lake looking at the old carvings.]

[The youngest boy throws a rock into the lake.]

[The family is talking with the interpreter by the monument and around a plaque]

[The father and the two boys are walking on the rocks near the edge of the lake]

[The family is paddling down the Mersey River in a canoe.]

[The father is biking on a trail in a forest with the older boy in an attachment behind him.]

[The older boy is playing on a playground where he slides down a slide.]

[The family goes swimming at the beach.]

[Close up shots of his hands and feet climbing up a rock.]

[Medium shot of the boy at the top of the rock overlooking the lake. He does a fist pump.]

[The family goes into the oTENTik and the kids seem really excited]

[The older boy is laying back down in bed a closes his eyes.]

[A wide shot of an orange red sky as the sun is setting.]

[Parks Canada Logo]

[© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by Parks Canada, 2015.]

[“Canada” wordmark]