Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Hours Of Operation
Oct to May no visitor services, no winter maintenance
Maitland Bridge, Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley
Festivals & Events
There is a trail here for everyone. Wander through groves of 300-year-old hemlock trees, follow a trail to an abandoned gold mine, or visit an overgrown farm. The main park's 15 day-walking trails range from short riverside strolls and hiking trails from 0.5 to 6 km in length (some with interpretive panels) to long-distance hiking trails to remote regions of the park, with wilderness campsites.
During the summer months, relax on Merrymakedge Beach, or swim in the warm waters of Kejimkujik Lake. Swimmers can choose a sandy beach or one of many lakes along the trails and canoe routes. The best way to experience Kejimkujik is by staying overnight, whether you prefer to camp in a tent, trailer, yurt, cabin, or oTENTik, (a cross between a tent and a rustic cabin), close to amenities and electric sites, or to travel to a wilderness site in the backcountry. Entry fee is charged May to Oct.
Facilities / Services
Bilingual/Multilingual staff available
This property accepts Mastercard, Visa, Debit card.
Activities: Birding & wildlife, Camping, Canoeing, Cycling, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking