Cross-country skiing, open water fishing, boating and wildlife watching are the main winter attractions at the park. This is an outstanding time to view bald eagles in the park!
Navajo Reservoir usually does not freeze, and boating is generally open year round. The boat ramp is closed December 1- the end of February. The boat ramp area may freeze in late January and early February. If the winter is unusually warm, and the boat ramp remains clear of snow and ice, you may call ahead and arrange for an appointment for inspection and launching, however, it is not guaranteed that someone will be available for inspection every day.
Most restrooms buildings are closed for the winter. One vault toilet at each of the Primitive Campgrounds, Wind Surf Beach and Arboles Point, remains open. There is NO winter service at Arboles Point. There is also a porta john near the restroom at the top of the boat ramp.
You may call the park at (970) 883-2208 for updates.