Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Kejimkujik is a great destination for a winter hike, ski, snowshoe or picnic. During the 2018-19 winter season, Kejimkujik is open for day-use activities only. Park/site access and services will be available to visitors at their own risk, as follows:
The main park/site road will generally be plowed to the junction of Big Dam Road and Jeremy’s Bay Campground Road (“J-Line”), 7 days a week. Access to the remainder of the park will require the use of skis or snowshoes, as there will be no winter maintenance.
When snow conditions allow, Parks Canada will work with volunteers to groom approximately 15 km of cross-country ski trails from the “J-Line”.
Parking is available along the side of the main road near the near the “J-Line,” at the Visitor Centre parking lot, and at Mill Falls. To ensure adequate space for plowing and grooming equipment, visitors are asked to observe parking signage.
The Mill Falls picnic shelter will be available for day use. Firewood for the wood stove will be available for sale at the shelter. To contain the spread of invasive pests, bringing in firewood from outside the park is prohibited.
Some pit privies along the trails will be available to visitors.
Jeremy's Bay Campground, Jim Charles Point Group Campground and backcountry campsites are closed until the spring.
The gates on the Eel Weir Road (at Grafton Lake) and on Big Dam Road will be locked until the spring.
While Kejimkujik remains open year round, the majority of our facilities and services are closed during the winter season. Unless listed above, the facility, activity or service is likely unavailable until the spring. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-682-2772.
Visitors are responsible for their own safety. Visitors should be aware of changeable weather conditions and winter hazards, and have adequate information and equipment to ensure a safe visit.