Navajo Reservoir’s 15,000 surface acres of water are a haven to all types of boaters: those with power boats, personal watercraft, sailboats and sailboards. Houseboats often dock here and cruise the 35-mile-long lake in Colorado and New Mexico.
- Boaters with valid boat registrations in any state can travel the entire lake, however an ANS Stamp is required for all boats using Colorado Lakes.
- Boat Registrations, Renewals and ANS Stamps, including the non-resident stamp, can be purchased at the Visitor Center.
- Anglers who fish in both states must have valid fishing licenses from both states. The Visitor Center sells Colorado fishing licenses. You must have a photo ID to purchase a Colorado License. Social security numbers are also required. You should purchase your New Mexico fishing license online at home before coming to the park, as those licenses are no longer available at the park.
An inspection for aquatic nuisance species is required before launching. See alerts on home page for current information. Launching is permitted at the boat ramp only.
See the Marina page and CPW's Boat Inspection and Decontamination page for more information.
The Two Rivers Marina rents pontoon boats. Call (970) 883-2628(BOAT) for reservations. (rentals are closed for the winter season)
Remember to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, water, and clothes appropriate for changes in the weather.
Please see the Boating page for more information on boating.
The boat ramp typically is closed from December 1-February 29.