2018 camping reservations will open January 22, 2018 at 8:00 am AST.
The best way to experience Kejimkujik is by staying overnight. Whether you prefer to camp in a tent or trailer close to amenities, travel to a wilderness site, or try our new accommodations, we have the camping experience you are looking for!
Jeremy's Bay Campground
Jeremy’s Bay Campground offers basic tenting to RV camping! Jeremy’s Bay is also home to some new accommodation options, such as oTENTiks, yurt or rustic cabins.
Backcountry Camping A challenging, yet rewarding way to go camping! These are campsites that you hike, bike or paddle to – 52 campsites, including three sites with rustic cabins.
Choose oTENTik, yurt or cabin for a hassle-free camping experience in the front-country!
Jim Charles Point offers group tenting facilities.
Don't Move Firewood
The movement of firewood poses a risk to Kejimkuji's forests. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) regulates the movement of firewood throughout Canada. Be aware of restrictions that are currently in place for Nova Scotia. For more information about CFIA regulations, visit the CFIA website.
What You Can Do to Help Protect Our Forests
Buy and burn your firewood locally. Transporting wood long distances can lead to a free ride for invasive species of all sorts across Canada.
Know where the wood is coming from. If you buy wood from a local supplier, don't be afraid to ask where it came from. Buy wood that was cut less than 80 kilometers away from where it is being sold.
Don't "judge a book by its cover." Just because you can't see signs of pest infestation doesn't mean the pests aren't there. It can be extremely difficult to notice insects, insect eggs and fungi spores on wood.
Spread the word, not the bug. Tell your family, friends and colleagues. If you are having people over for a fire or going on a group trip, make sure those who are joining you are aware of this threat.