Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Hiking is one of the most popular activities at Kejimkujik. Enjoy many front country, backcountry, and seaside trails of different lengths and levels of difficulty. Experience a variety of habitats and scenery and places of cultural and natural significance. Dogs must be kept on leash.
Plan your visit
Kejimkujik's newest trail will have you twisting and turning with the Mersey River.
Day-use areas, backcountry, and Kejimkujik Seaside.
Facilities and services, parking, washrooms, accessibility, rentals.
Important announcements, fire bans, rules, notifications, and active superintendent orders.
Weather, wildlife, drinking water, seaside, essential items, Seaside, Adventuresmart.
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.
Fall, winter, and spring
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.
Take a hike at Kejimkujik
Trails vary in length so everyone can have the opportunity to explore. Ensure dogs are kept leashed to avoid confrontations with wildlife.
- Frontcountry trails
- Backcountry trails
- Seaside trails
- Self-guided trails
- Trail descriptions
- Safety - A shared responsibility
- Contact us
|1 Mill Falls||Easy||2 km (return)||Linear|
|2 Beech Grove||Moderate||2.2 km||Loop|
|3 Flowing Waters||Easy||1 km||Loop|
|4 Hemlocks and Hardwoods||Easy||5 km||Loop|
|5 Farmlands||Easy||1.1 km||Loop|
|6 Rogers Brook||Easy||1 km||Loop|
|7 Grafton Woods||Easy||1.6 km||Loop|
|8 Snake Lake||Easy||3 km||Loop|
|9 Peter Point||Easy||1.9 km (one way)||Linear|
|10 Mersey River||Easy||3.3 km (one way)||Linear|
|11 Slapfoot||Easy||6.8 km (one way)||Linear|
|12 Ukme'k||Moderate||6.3 km (one way)||Linear|
Self-guided trails are a great way for you to learn about Kejimkujik and the natural and cultural resources it protects.
Interpretative panels offer information as you move along, so you can walk these trails at your own pace.
Self-guided frontcountry trails at Kejimkujik:
Please help us ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable visit.
- Do not approach or feed wildlife.
- Staying on the trail protects trailside vegetation.
- Do not enter restricted areas.
- Bike only on designated biking trails.
- Bikers yield to hikers.
- Protect yourself against ticks. Cover up, spray and self-check!
- Please keep your pets on a leash. Pets off-leash may disturb and harm wildlife or other visitors.
- Backcountry campsites are for registered campers only, please respect their privacy.
- Black Bears: They prefer to avoid humans but may be attracted if you leave food, coolers, or garbage out. Store food and waste securely at all times.
- If you see a coyote or a bear, don't run; back away slowly, act big, and make noise.
- Please report bear or coyote sightings to staff at the Visitor Centre.
- Provincial Motor Vehicle legislation is applicable and enforced in Kejimkujik. It is unsafe and illegal to ride in the back of trucks. Speeding and failure to stop at the entrance kiosk poses a safety hazard and is against the law.
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