Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
The warm dark waters in Kejimkujik’s lakes and rivers offer a variety of swimming experiences. Ask at the Visitor Centre about the best swimming spots.
Map of beaches and day-use areas
Jeremy's Bay Campground services and facilities.
All beaches at Kejimkujik are unsupervised.
Enjoy beautiful sandy beaches in the campground and at Merrymakedge beach on the shores of Kejimkujik Lake.
Meadow Beach, Slapfoot Beach, and Kedge Beach offer excellent swimming. They are close to the campsites, connected by the Slapfoot Trail, and have beautiful views of Kejimkujik Lake.
Pets are welcome at the pet-friendly area at Merrymakedge Beach.
Pets are not allowed on all other public beaches.
Never dive as rocks may be completely hidden in the dark water.
Never swim alone.
Swimming at Kejimkujik Seaside
Swimming at Kejimkujik Seaside is not recommended due to dangerous currents, strong undertows and cold water temperatures.
- Activities and experiences at Kejimkujik National Park...
- Fall, winter, and spring at Kejimkujik
- Calendar of events
- The Coastie Initiative
- Canoeing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding (SUP)
- Parks Canada red chairs
- Explore the dark sky
- Tours and programs
- Learn-to Camp in Halifax
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