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Navajo State Park

Contact Info
1526 County Road 982
Arboles, Colorado 81121

Phone:
970-883-2208
Local:
970-883-2208
Basics
Location:
Astride the Colorado/New Mexico border, southeast of Durango
Type:
State Parks
Elevation:
6,000 feet feet

Description

Navajo State Park is a 15,000 surface-acre reservoir extending for 35 miles south into New Mexico. Fish for record-size northern pike or catfish in open waters without crowds. Camp on your boat or a rented houseboat, or enjoy beautiful lakeview camping. Explore three major rivers and sail or water-ski on open waters. Artifacts of the Anasazi Indian culture are on display at the Visitor Center.

Tour Companies

  • Western & Central U.S. Lakes
  • Boating
  • 801-830-8864

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Hours + Fees

Season:
Open year-round

Details

Additional Details:
Camping Fee: $7/$12/$16/$20, depending on type of site

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