Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Fall, winter, and spring conditions
Note that trails are not maintained or patrolled between November 1 and Victoria Day weekend.
You may encounter washed out or flooded sections and/or downed trees.
Most facilities and services are closed at this time of year. More information
Emergencies: Call 911 and prepare to wait for help to arrive.
|1 Mill Falls||Easy||2 km (return)||Linear|
|2 Beech Grove||Moderate||2.2 km||Loop|
|3 Flowing Waters||Easy||1 km||Loop|
|9 Peter Point||Easy||1.9 km (one way)||Linear|
|10 Mersey River||Easy||3.3 km (one way)||Linear|
|11a Slapfoot||Easy||3.7 km (one way)||Linear|
|11b Slapfoot||Easy||2.7 km (one way)||Linear|
|12 Ukme'k||Moderate||6.3 km (one way)||Linear|
There is one portion of the backcountry trail system that is open to bicycles. You can ride in the southern part of the park, following the Peskowesk road as far as site 41 at Lucifee Brook. There is parking at the Eel Weir.
Biking is not permitted on other backcountry trails.
Be aware that the Fire Tower Road is closed until further notice.
No biking at Kejimkujik Seaside
The trails at the Seaside are for hiking only.
- Stay on the gravel bike trails.
- In Nova Scotia, cyclists must wear a bicycle helmet. It’s the law.
- Maintain a safe speed.
- Give hikers the right of way.
- Pay attention in the campground where there is a lot of traffic.
- Be aware that you are quick and quiet on a bike and could easily startle wild animals.
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