Out of all the camp sites at Navajo Lake State Park this was by far our favorite. The sites are much larger and easier to get to. About half are well shaded by large Cottonwood trees and the San Juan River is just steps away. Hosts are on site and a couple stores for supplies are a few miles away. The only drawback is a two mile stretch of dirt road to the park. Definitely worth a visit. Oh, and beware of the raccoons, they like to steal any food you leave unattended. So make sure you secure your supplies especially at night.
May 6, 2017 - reviewed by Candy Carter
Sites are nicely spaced out with a covered picnic table at each one. Restrooms clean, but no showers. Quiet area, somewhat protected from winds.
July 25, 2015 - reviewed by Scot Lowery
All sites now have power (30 amp) and water. Dump station on site. All spaces are paved and most are fairly level. Mix of shaded and open sites. Two restrooms but no showers. Camp host on site. Nice and quite. Nice CG.