Camping at Navajo State Park
Navajo's campgrounds have 118 sites with showers and flush toilets. The Carracas and Rosa campgrounds accommodate RVs up to 55 ft. in length. The camper services buildings in all three campgrounds have showers and restrooms and are closed during the winter to conserve energy. Rosa and Tiffany Campgrounds are open year-round, but you must be self-contained to camp in the winter months, or camp in the primitive campgrounds where there is a vault toilet open year round. A dump station, closed winter months, is located near the Carracas Campground. A daily Parks Pass is always required on every motorized vehicle for each day of camping, unless the vehicle displays an Annual Parks Pass sticker. This fee is in additon to camping and reservation fees. These passes cannot be purchased at the time of reservation, but can be purchased at the park.
Carracas features 41 RV sites with individual electric hook-ups and a modern shower building. View Carracas Campground Map.
Rosa Campground has 39 RV sites with individual electric, water and sewer hook-ups, eight incredible tent sites. Check out Rosa Campground's beautiful sites overlooking the lake. View Rosa Campground Map.
Tiffany Campground contains 25 RV sites, most of which will accommodate RVs up to 25 ft. in length, six tent sites that overlook the lake, a shower building and three full-service cabins. View Tiffany Campground Map.
The park’s 19 primitive campsites at Windsurf Beach and Arboles Point are open year round, but cannot be reserved. These sites are appropriate for small RVs and tents.
No reservations are needed for fall and winter camping at this time. Cabin Reservations are recommended in the fall and for winter holidays, as well as in the spring and summer.
Navajo does not have facilities designed specifically for group camping. Please camp only in designated sites and display your camping permit in the marker at your campsite. The campground is patrolled for your safety and to ensure quiet after 10:00 PM.
Please use the dump station in the Carracas Campground. It is illegal to dump waste and sewage, including dishwater, anywhere else.
If you’d rather not rough it, check out the park’s new cabins, one of which is open year-round. Reservations are recommended. Reserve a campsite at Navajo State Park online today!
See our camping brochure for more information.