Reservations

Kejimkujik reservations open on April 23, 2021 at 8 am ADT

Parks Canada reservation service
1-877-RESERVE (737-3783)
Outside of North America: 519-826-5391


Camping season
Roofed accommodations are available from June 1 to October 30, 2021. Camping is not permitted from November to April.


Group camping
Contact Kejimkujik to register: 902-682-2772, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, beginning June 1, 2021.

Enjoy a comfortable camping experience at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site. New and improved roofed accommodations provide unique overnight experiences for more visitors to enjoy!

Kejimkujik offers four types of roofed accommodations:  the oTENTik, the Ôasis (New for 2021!), the rustic cabins, and the yurt. The Ôasis, the newly redesigned oTENTik village, and the rustic cabins are located at Jim Charles Point.

All roofed accommodations include some equipment and access to some facilities and services. More camping equipment is available for rent at Whynot Adventure, The Keji Outfitters.

Prepare for your trip by reviewing what to bring and a few rules.

 

oTENTik

A oTENTik tent made of canvas and wood, shown in a clearing surrounded by trees on a sunny day.
oTENTik on the shores of Kejimkujik Lake   
Four people playing cards at a table inside the oTENTik, with beds shown in the background.
Inside an oTENTik

On the shores of Kejimkujik Lake, our oTENTik tents provide you with the comfort and convenience of a family cottage. The Parks Canada oTENTik is a spacious blend of tent and rustic cabin equipped with beds and furniture on a raised floor.

Accessible Facilities Three accessible oTENTik are available: #335, #401, #402. More information

Dogs on leash Three pet-friendly oTENTik are available: #327, #332, 408.

What’s included
Inside the oTENTik
  • Sleeping area for up to 4 adults, or 2 adults with their dependent children
  • Beds with mattresses
  • Table and four chairs
  • Bench
  • Broom and dustpan
  • Fire extinguisher
  • oTENTik tents at Jim Charles Point have a propane heater
  • Visitors are still encouraged to bring warm clothing and sleeping bags during the shoulder season
  • Please note: there is no plumbing, running water, or electricity in the oTENTik
Outside:
  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor firebox
  • Deck chairs
Nearby:
  • Common service building (washrooms, showers, running water, and dishwashing sinks)
  • A parking space
  • Common picnic and cooking shelter 
 

Ôasis

Three teardrop shaped Oasis units elevated by stilts among trees in the forest.
Ôasis at Jim Charles Point
A couple setting up sleeping bags inside the Oasis.
Inside the Ôasis

Make it a memorable family experience or couple’s getaway in a tear drop-shaped ‘duplex’, with a convertible table/bed on the main level and suspended hammock loft above. Kejimkujik's five Ôasis units are located at Jim Charles Point. Each unit can accommodate two adults and up to two children.The maximum weight capacity for the hammock loft is 160 kg. The Ôasis are not accessible for wheelchair users. 

No pets Pets are not allowed in the Ôasis.

What’s included
Inside the Ôasis:
  • Convertible bed with a mattress
  • The bed transforms into a table and benches in the daytime
  • A hammock loft where two children or one adult and one child can sleep (combined weight not to exceed 160 kg)
  • Wooden ladder to climb to the hammock loft
  • Broom and dustpan
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Smoke detector
  • Electric lighting (small clip lamps)
  • Battery-operated lantern
  • Outlet for charging small devices
  • Electric heater
  • Visitors are still encouraged to bring warm clothing and sleeping bags during the shoulder season
Outside:
  • Picnic table
  • Outdoor firebox
Nearby (within 50 m)
  • Food storage locker compartment measuring 20 cubic feet
  • Pit privy
Nearby (within 200 m)
  • Common service building (washrooms, showers, running water, and dishwashing sinks)
  • Common picnic and cooking shelter
  • Assigned parking space for one vehicle
  • Dock carts for transporting equipment to and from Ôasis
 

Rustic cabins

A rustic cabin made of wood shown in a clearing surrounded by trees.
Rustic cabin 
Two sets of wooden bunk beds and a wood stove inside a rustic cabin.
Inside a rustic cabin

Situated in various locations from the banks of Kejimkujik Lake to the bank of the Mersey River, these rustic cabins offer a hassle-free camping experience with a bit more privacy than the campground. Built in partnership with the Nova Scotia Community College Heritage Carpentry program in the style of local trapper cabins of the early 20th century, these cabins are a unique option for your overnight stay! The rustic cabins are not accessible for wheelchair users.

Dogs on leash One rustic cabin at Jim Charles Point (C5) and one at Jake’s Landing are each pet-friendly.

What’s included
Inside the cabin
  • Bunk beds
  • The rustic cabins at Jim Charles Point have mattresses - all other cabins do not have mattresses
  • Woodstove
  • Visitors are still encouraged to bring warm clothing and sleeping bags during the shoulder season
  • Please note: there is no plumbing, running water, or electricity
Outside
  • Outdoor firebox
  • Picnic table
  • Deck chairs at Jim Charles Point
 

Yurt

A wood and canvas yurt surrounded by trees on the shore next to a river.
Yurt on the Mersey River
A man starting a fire inside the woodstove in the centre of the wood and canvas yurt.
Inside the Yurt

Situated on the Mersey River, just upstream from Jake's Landing, our Little Foot Yurt is a modernized version of a traditional circular dwelling. It is the perfect front-country retreat for a couple or a small family! The yurt is not accessible for wheelchair users.

Dogs on leash The yurt is pet-friendly.

What’s included
Inside the yurt
  • Bunk bed (no mattresses)
  • Futon with a mattress
  • Table and chairs
  • Woodstove
Outside
  • Outdoor firebox
  • Picnic table
  • Parking space for one vehicle
Nearby
  • Pit privy
 

Map of campsites and roofed accommodations

Map showing the location of roofed accommodations at Jeremy's Bay campground.

This map shows the location of campsites and roofed accommodations in the three loops of Jeremy's Bay Campground (Meadow Loop, Slapfoot Loop, and Jim Charles Loop), Jim Charles Point, and Jake's Landing.


What to bring

Equipment and supplies
  • Sleeping bags, blankets, and pillows
  • Container for water (campground water is potable)
  • Camp stove for outdoor cooking
  • Cooking gear, eating utensils, dishes, and a cooler
  • Slippers or indoor shoes - the first rule of keeping a clean accommodation is to remove outdoor footwear
  • Lantern or flashlight
Equipment rentals

A few rules

Rules that apply to the other campground sites also apply at the Parks Canada roofed accommodations. Please review general campground information.

Check in
  • Check in time is 3 pm
  • Visitors must check in at the entrance kiosk, the campground kiosk, or the Visitor Centre
Rules and regulations
  • Smoking is NOT permitted in the roofed accommodations.
  • Pets are allowed in select units.
  • For safety reasons, cooking is NOT allowed inside roofed accommodations. A nearby picnic shelter is available for that purpose.
  • Please remove outdoor footwear when entering the roofed accommodations.
  • No open flames in the roofed accommodations.
  • In an effort to control the spread of invasive species, bringing in firewood from outside the park is prohibited. Firewood is available for purchase at the campground kiosk and at the Visitor Centre.
  • The roofed accommodation must be cleaned prior to departure.