Hours of operation
2020 visitor season
Backcountry camping, day use areas and other facilities will still be open for use, while Jeremy’s Bay Campground will be closed in 2020 for improvements.
What will be open for the 2020 season?
- Backcountry camping
- Roofed accommodations
- Visitor Centre
- Equipment rentals at Whynot Adventure
- Gift shop
- Summer activities and programs
- Special events
- Accommodations and campgrounds in the area:
Friends of Keji website or Nova Scotia's Places to Stay.
Please note: 2020 backcountry camping reservations open January 20 at 8:00 am AST. Reserve online via the Parks Canada Reservation Service or call 1-877-737-3783.
The status of Jim Charles Point Campground, which includes group camping, oTENTiks and roofed accommodations, will be announced in the spring of 2020.
What will be closed for the 2020 season?
- Jeremy’s Bay Campground, which includes campsites (serviced and unserviced) and oTENTiks.
Fall, winter and spring
Kejimkujik is a great destination any time of year for a hike, picnic, photography, bird-watching, or just to explore. From November through April the park is open for day-use activities.
Limited spring camping by self-registration: April 1 to May 14, 2020.
20 backcountry sites and 3 rustic cabins available - phone 902-682-2770 for details.
Visitor Centre: Closed from November 2019 to May 2020.
Learn more: Winter activities
To help you plan your off-season visit, please consider the following:
- Visitors are welcome to explore the front-country area, with the exception of Jeremy’s Bay Campground (including Jim Charles Point). This area is unsafe for entry as it is an active construction site and therefore closed to visitors.
- Firewood will be for sale at the picnic shelter at Mill Falls, and the shelter will be available for day use.
- Porta-potties will be available at the Big Dam Road turnoff and the outhouse at Mill Falls parking lot is also available.
- The gates on the Eel Weir Road (at Grafton Lake) and on Big Dam Road are closed until the roads have dried in the spring. Vehicle traffic on gravel and dirt roads is limited due to freeze thaw conditions through fall, winter and spring.
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.
Shelters and trails will be open, however the Visitor Centre and other facilities remain closed.