You can start from Meadow Beach, various points in Jeremys Bay campground, or Jim Charles Point. Join the Mersey trail or the trail to Merrymakedge. The views of the lakeshore change with the season and the weather. Every turn brings something new. This is a busy multi-use trail so watch for bikers.
Trailhead: Trail is located between the Jeremys Bay Campground and the Kejimkujik Lake.
Significant Feature: Explore Kedge, Meadow and Slapfoot beaches and the shoreline of Kejimkujik Lake
Length: 3.2 km (2 miles) one way
Hiking Time: 45 minutes
The trails at Kejimkujik (Maitland Bridge, NS) and at Kejimkujik Seaside (Port Joli, NS) showcase an incredible variety of habitats, scenery and places of cultural and historical significance. Visitor services at Kejimkujik are available from mid-May until mid-October. Please visit www.parkscanada.gc.ca/keji for maps and information on entry passes, visitor safety and visitor services.
For your comfort and safety:
- Ensure that dogs are kept leashed and do not approach, disturb or feed wild animals
- Take along appropriate clothing - rapid weather changes often occur, especially at Kejimkujik Seaside
- Carry water with you, especially for longer trails, climbs or open barrens
- Bring insect repellent as black flies and mosquitoes are common all summer
- Mountain bikes are permitted only where indicated, for public safety and protection of the environment
- Stay on boardwalks to protect fragile vegetation