Map of day-use area (mid-November to mid-April)

Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

This map shows the services and facilities at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site in late fall, winter, and early spring.

This map shows the trails, parking lots, pit privies, locked gates, and the new Mill Falls Bridge. The new Mill Falls Bridge connects the Mill Falls Trail, the Beech Grove Trail, and the Ukme’k Trail.

This map shows the services and facilities at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site in fall, winter, and spring.
Legend

Parking  Parking

Outhouse  Outhouse

Picnic Shelter  Picnic shelter

Pedestrian bridge Pedestrian bridge

Hiking trail: easy Hiking trail: easy

 Hiking trail: moderate

Hiking/biking trail: easy Hiking and biking trail: easy

Hiking/biking trail: moderate Hiking and biking trail: moderate

Hiking trail: difficult Hiking trail: difficult

Gravel road Gravel road 

Late fall, winter, and early spring

As most facilities and services are closed at this time of year, your visit to Kejimkujik will be very different from your summer experience.

All campsites, including backcountry and roofed accommodations are closed from October 31 to Victoria Day weekend.

Jeremy's Bay Campground: Hike and bike only. Vehicles not permitted.

Visitor Centre building closed.

Gates closed.

Floating bridge removed for season.

See a complete list of what is open and closed.

See activities and experiences.

You are responsible for your own safety.

Police, Fire, Ambulance: 911

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