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Camping & Cabins
Camping & Cabins

Camping at all state parks requires a reservation. 
For more information, see the camping reservations page.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Navajo's developed campgrounds have 118 campsites, camper services buildings with showers and flush toilets, and two cabins.  

Campsite reservations may be made by calling 1-800-244-5613​ or by reserving online

  • Camping is permitted only in designated sites.
  • Showers and flush toilets are available in the camper services buildings in all three campgrounds.
  • A dump station is available in the Carracas campground. It is illegal to dump waste and sewage, including dishwater, anywhere else.
  • The campground is patrolled for your safety and to ensure quiet after 10:00 PM.
  • Firewood is sold for the park by campground hosts who require cash payment.
  • Small open fires and charcoal are permitted only in the campground fire rings and upright grills.  Fires cannot be left unattended and must be fully extinguished when no longer in use.  

All campers should bring:

  • weather appropriate clothing
  • bug spray and sunscreen
  • water containers
  • flashlights
  • quarters for the coin-operated showers

Carr​acas Campground

Carracas features 41 RV sites with individual electric hook-ups, and a camper services building. 

  • RV sites accommodate RVs up to 55 ft. in length.
  • This campground is closed in the winter.

Rosa Campground

Rosa Campground has 39 RV sites with individual electric, water, and sewer hook-ups, eight incredible tent sites and a camper services building. Check out Rosa Campground's beautiful sites overlooking the lake. 

  • RV sites accommodate RVs up to 55 ft. in length.
  • Campsites are open year-round, but you must be self-contained to camp in the winter months, or instead, camp in the primitive campgrounds where there is a vault toilet open year-round. 
  • A self-service laundry is available summer months in the Rosa Camper Services Building.

Tiffany Campground

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. 

  • Campsites are open year-round, but you must be self-contained to camp in the winter months, or instead, camp in the primitive campgrounds where there is a vault toilet open year-round. 

Primitive Campsites

The 20 primitive campsites at Windsurf Beach are appropriate for small RVs and tents. 

  • These sites are open year-round. 

The 4 primitive campsites at Arboles Point are double campsites, and accommodate small RVs and tents. 

  • Arboles Point is open April 15 - November 30.  No winter services (snow plowing, etc.) are available at Arboles Point.

No Group Camping Facilities

 Arboles Point has double sites to accommodate very small groups only.

Winter Camping Information

  • Carracas Campground is closed during the winter.
  • The dump station in the Carracas Campground is closed during winter months. 
  • Snow plowing is very limited during the winter. See the Navajo camping conditions page.
  • The camper services buildings and small restroom buildings in all three developed campgrounds are closed during the winter (September 16-April 14).  Campers should be self-contained or use the vault toilets located in the primitive campgrounds (Arboles Point is not plowed).  


Navajo's rentable cabins​​​Navajo State Park has three two-bedroom log cabins that are fully furnished with many of the conveniences of home, including restrooms with showers, heating in the winter, cooling in the summer, kitchen utensils, refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave. 

  • All cabins have an outside picnic table and a fire ring with grill.
  • Visitors should bring:
    • personal care items
    • pillows and linens or sleeping bags 
    • towels
  • Pets are not allowed in cabin 30.
  • Smoking is prohibited.

Cabin Reservations

  • Cabins can be rented by the night 
  • Additional fees are charged for pets in cabins 28 and 31. 

Reservations can be made online or by phone.