NAVAJO LAKE STATE PARK

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NAVAJO LAKE STATE PARK is a RV Park in or near the town of Navajo Dam. It is a mostly medium park with a reported 77 pads to park your home away from home. This park has pull thru sites for your convenience. If your coach is 36 feet or longer you might want to call and see if you are too long. You will be able to connect your RV to electric. Do not expect to run both air conditioners as 30 amp seems to be the largest service. No need to fill the freshwater since there are water hookups. You will want to ensure an empty gray and black tank as sewer connections are not provided here. If you are lucky, you might be able to use your cellular for internet, but otherwise there is no 802.11 Wireless Internet. Really this shouldn’t be an issue for campers, honestly, but there is not a Cable TV hookup. Go ahead and bring along little Wags since this park is Animal Friendly. Some parts of this RV Park are more rustic than others with tent camping being accepted. We tend to enjoy parks that have some connection to a waterfront, like a river or lake – and this park has that. Some shade trees do exist, which also make the park more scenic and attractive. Do not be a stranger, when you are by Navajo Dam, give the peeps at NAVAJO LAKE STATE PARK a call.



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