Jim Charles Point Group Campground
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Jim Charles Point Group Campground is available for youth groups and family groups who would like to camp together.
- Minimum group size: 8
- Campground capacity: 80
Temporary closures and continued full fire ban
All trails are closed until further notice to reduce the risk of wildfires. Updates will be provided as information changes.
The backcountry at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site is closed until further notice, effective immediately. Backcountry reservations up to and including Monday, June 5, will automatically be cancelled and fully refunded. No action is required by reservation holders.
A full fire ban continues for Jeremy’s Bay Campground and all front-country areas of the park. No open fires are permitted, including charcoal BBQs. The fire ban will be in effect until further notice.
No bridge at Jakes Landing
Please note: The Jakes Landing floating bridge will not be in place for the 2023 season.
There is no trail connection between Jeremy’s Bay Campground and Jakes Landing to Merrymakedge and beyond.
Group camping reservations
Camping is available from Victoria Day weekend (mid-May) to the end of October. Camping is not permitted from November to April.
Beginning April 15, 2023, contact email@example.com with your potential dates and group information.
We will contact you for confirmation and payment.
Cost: See prices
This map shows the facilities and services available at Jim Charles Point. Jim Charles Point offers tent camping for groups, and newly re-designed roofed accommodations: oTENTik, Ôasis, and rustic cabins, including two accessible oTENTik (401 and 402).
Accessible oTENTik (401 and 402)
Pet-friendly oTENTik (408)
Pet-friendly rustic cabin (C5)
Facilities and services
This is a tenting-only facility.
The campground is divided into four sites with varying numbers of tent pads and fireboxes on each.
There is a large grassy common area and a group campfire circle.
Kedge Beach is close by at the lakeshore.
A shelter, shared by all groups using the group campground, has two wood-burning stoves.
Wood is not provided. Campers must purchase firewood at the Campground Kiosk. In an effort to control the spread of invasive species, bringing in firewood from outside the park is prohibited.
There are food storage lockers (you will need to bring your own lock) and picnic tables in this building as well.
On the outside of the shelter is a four-season drinking water tap.
Washroom facilities include flush toilets and hand washing basins, as well as several pit privies.
A waste sorting station is located nearby for your convenience.
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.
Prepare for your activity with AdventureSmart
Equipment rentals are available online from Whynot Adventure, the Keji Outfitters. Reservations must be made online in advance. Pick up your rental at Jake’s Landing.
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