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Navajo Lake State Park

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Navajo Lake is the second largest lake in the state, with multiple campgrounds, two marinas, and two boat docks.

Navajo Lake is a haven for boaters of every stripe – motorized boaters, canoers, kayakers, water skiers, and sailors. The San Juan River is a world-class fly-fishing destination and features a campground, day-use areas, and a serene trail along the river.

Navajo Lake State Park offers some of the best boating, fishing, hiking, and camping in New Mexico.

Park Elevation 5,600 – 6,600 ft

Please see the Park Alerts section for more information.

Activities

  • Boating:
    • Motorized
    • Non-motorized
    • Canoe/Kayak
    • Personal Watercraft
    • Sailing
    • Water Skiing
  • Camping
  • Fishing:
    • Flyfishing the San Juan River
    • Accessible Piers
    • Fishing Guides and Outfitters
  • Hunting
  • Picnicking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Swimming
  • Trails:
  • Wildlife Viewing
    • Birding

Amenities

  • Beach
  • Boating Facilities:
    • Boat Docks
    • Boat Ramps
    • Marinas:
      • Marina (at Pine):
        • Boat Rentals and Sales
        • Fishing Guides
        • Restaurant
        • Slip and Buoy Rentals
        • Store
      • Sims Marina
        • Boat Rentals and Storage
        • Fuel
        • Store
  • Campground Facilities:
    • 7 Campgrounds
    • 244 Developed Campsites:
      • 41 Electric Campsites (30  amp)
      • 45 W + E Campsites (30 amp)
      • 11 W + E Campsites (50 amp)
      • 8 W+E+S Full Hookup Sites (30 amp)
    • Water in Campground
    • RV Dump Stations
    • Group Campsites
  • Primitive Camping:
    • Beach Camping
    • Boat-in Camping
  • Restrooms:
    • Restrooms with water
    • Showers
    • Vault Toilets
  • Group Facilities:
    • Group Picnic Shelters
    • Group Camping
  • Playground
  • Visitor Center:
    • Exhibits

ADDRESS & PHONE

36 Road 4110 #1
Navajo Dam, NM 87419
505-632-2278

CONTACT

Caleb Bellah
Park Superintendent
caleb.bellah@emnrd.nm.gov