Map of day-use area (fall, winter, and spring)
This map shows the services and facilities at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site in fall, winter, and spring. This map shows the trails, parking lots, pit privies, locked gates, and the new Mill Falls Bridge. The new Mill Falls Bridge connects the Mill Falls Trail, the Beech Grove Trail, and the Ukme’k Trail.
Visitor Centre (closed)
Distance one way (km)
Pedestrian bridge (new!)
Fall, winter, and spring
As most facilities and services are closed at this time of year, your visit to Kejimkujik will be very different from your summer experience. See a complete list of what is open and closed.
Police, Fire, Ambulance: 911
Call 911 in the event of an emergency.
Be prepared to have to wait for help to arrive. Emergency response may be extremely delayed due to COVID–19.
You are responsible for your own safety.
Be prepared for changing weather conditions, be aware of hazards, and have adequate information and equipment to ensure a safe visit.
The Visitor Centre building is closed.
The floating bridge at Jake’s Landing is removed from mid-October until spring.
When there is snow the main road will be plowed.
The Big Dam Road (to the north) and the Eel Weir Road (to the south) are gated, which affects distance to access the trails. These gates will be locked until the spring.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations are available at the Visitor Centre parking lot. Consult PlugShare for details.
The campground is closed to vehicles.
|Pit privies (outhouses):||
All washrooms are closed until May 20, 2022.
Pit privies are available at
Not all of these privies are serviced in winter, so please bring your own toilet paper and hand sanitizer.
All campsites, including backcountry and roofed accommodations, are closed until spring 2022.
|Jeremy’s Bay Campground:||
The gate is closed at Jeremy’s Bay Campground.
Jeremy’s Bay Campground is open for hiking and biking only.
Vehicles are not permitted.