Navajo State Park is Colorado's Answer to Lake Powell. Navajo Reservoir Extends for 20 miles South into New Mexico.
Boaters and campers enjoy the park year-round. Houseboaters and other power boaters cruise some of the 15,000 surface-acres of the giant reservoir. Daily and seasonal slip and mooring ball rentals and gasoline for boats are available at the park’s Two Rivers Marina.
Navajo’s campgrounds have 138 campsites; all sites are open year-round and have showers and flush toilets. The Carracas and Rosa campgrounds accommodate RVs up to 55 ft. in length. The camper services buildings in all three campgrounds have showers and restrooms and are closed during the winter to conserve energy. All three campgrounds are open year-round, but you must be self-contained to camp in the winter months, or camp in the primitive campgrounds where there is a vault toilet open year round. A dump station is located near the Carracas Campground. Fishing enthusiasts catch crappie, large-mouth and small-mouth bass, northern pike, trout, bluegill and catfish in the reservoir.
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