Map of day-use area of Kejimkujik
This downloadable map (PDF 838 KB) shows the services and facilities at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, including services and facilities at the Visitor Centre and Jake's Landing. The map includes two small inset maps of Merrymakedge and Kejimkujik.
Have you heard about our new trail? Ukme'k (pronounced “ook-may-k”) means “twisted” in Mi'kmaq. The name was inspired by the path this trail takes as it follows the Mersey River. Trail descriptions.
Reservations for the backcountry and for Jake's Landing yurt and rustic cabin can be made by calling 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783) or by visiting reservation.parkscanada.gc.ca.
Roofed accommodations are closed. Visit the Kejimkujik COVID-19 page for updates on park facilities and services.
Services and facilities
Picnic AreaPicnic Shelter
On-leash dogs allowed
Trails and roads
Visitor Centre services and facilities
Jake's Landing services and facilities
Stand up paddleboard rental
Merrymakedge services and facilities
Food and drink
Closed for construction
Jeremy's Bay Campground is closed in 2020 so new washrooms can be built and utilities refitted safely and efficiently. We look forward to welcoming you back to the campground in 2021.
A National Park Fishing Permit is required to fish in Kejimkujik. Parks Canada fishing regulations differ from Provincial Regulations. Please read the “Fish Management and Protection” brochure, available at the Visitor Centre or visit parkscanada.ca/keji .
The following publications are available at the Visitor Centre Front Desk:
- Backcountry Guide (for purchase)
- Kejimkujik Seaside Day-Use Map
- Red Chairs Map
Safety – A Shared Responsibility
Did you know?
- Provincial Motor Vehicle legislation is applicable and enforced in Kejimkujik.
- It is unsafe and illegal to ride in the back of trucks.
- Speeding and failure to stop at the entrance kiosk poses a safety hazard and is against the law.
- Ambassadors: 902-298-0668
Police, Fire, Ambulance: 911 (emergency only)