Navajo's developed campgrounds have 118 RV and tent sites. Many sites in the Carracas and Rosa campgrounds accommodate RVs up to 55 ft. in length.
Every motorized vehicle entering a campground must display a daily or Annual Parks Pass for each day of camping, in addition to regular camping fees. Parks passes may be purchased at the park.
All three campgrounds are reservable April 15-September 15. Carracas Campground is closed in the winter. There is also a dump station located near the Carracas Campground, however, it is not available for winter use. Off season, you must be self-contained to stay in the developed campgrounds. Additionally, there are 19 primitive sites available on a first come-first serve basis. These have vault toilets, and one is open year round at each of the two primitive campgrounds.
The camper services buildings in the developed campground have showers and flush toilets that are open April 15-September 15. The Rosa Camper Services Building usually remains open until at least October 30, but not always. Showers take quarters and there is no ATM in Arboles, so please bring some cash with you if you plan to use these facilities.
Be sure to bring insect repellent, sunscreen and clothing appropriate for changes in the weather.
Firewood is sold for the park by Campground Hosts who require cash payment, as well. For additional information see the Camping page.