Navajo State Park
Activities in the park
5 campgrounds in Navajo State Park
The Navajo State Park’s water reservoir is an acre-upon-acre expanse of water that few lakes could trump. One such cluster of campsites, all located within the Carracas Campground, offer the most modern avenue to experience this riparian retreat. And with over forty RV hook-ups and showering facilities, you’ll be Instagramming from climate-control Read more...
Much like the Caracas Campground, Rosa Campground is littered with modern amenities and pristine viewing angles of the park’s lake body. And, just like Caracas Campground, there’s roughly forty or so hook-up points for the RV savvy among us.
This place is like Nature’s iteration of a fine piece of Tiffany Jewelry. And, wow, that sentence couldn’t be any more true. Tiffany Campground offers not only twenty-five RV-friendly campsites, but six breathtaking walk-in campsites, all overlooking the reservoir. Be sure to check-out this piece of living, organic jewelry.
Alongside Windsurf Beach and Arboles Point are nineteen primitive, un-reservable campsites. After 10 p. m. , these campgrounds are patrolled by park rangers to ensure the safety of its campers―and to muzzle any soon-to-be noise violations.