Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Come and find your perfect picnic spot at Kejimkujik and Kejimkujik Seaside in any season!


Treat yourself to a Parks Canada Perfect Picnic, rent a camp stove from Whynot Adventure, The Keji Outfitters, or visit the Lakeview Café & Eatery when these experiences are in season.

Picnic shelters and woodstoves

Some picnic shelters and woodstoves are available year-round.

  • Kedge Beach picnic shelter (open Victoria Day weekend to October 31)
  • Mill Falls (open for day-use year-round)
  • Merrymakedge (P1)
  • Kejimkujik Seaside (open for day-use year-round)

There is no electricity in the picnic shelters.

More information about picnic shelters


From Victoria Day Weekend to October 31:

Firewood is available for purchase at the Sky Circle parking lot P1.

Wood supply may vary through the year and visitors should be prepared to cook on a camp stove.

Fall and winter:

Firewood for the wood stove is available at the Mills Falls shelter by donation to the Friends of Keji.

Note that kindling, matches, paper, and an axe are not provided. Please bring what you need to start a fire.

Please bring what you need to start a fire: matches, paper, and an axe or hatchet to make kindling.

Visitor guidelines

It is illegal to gather wood, kindling, bark, or other materials from the forest. 

Please do not bring firewood or kindling. Bringing in firewood or kindling from outside of Kejimkujik is prohibited, to contain the spread of invasive pests. 

More information: Visitor guidelines

More information: The changing forest of Jeremy’s Bay Campground

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