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Navajo Lake State Park – Sims Mesa Camping

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County Road 490
Navajo Dam, New Mexico
GPS: 36.831128, -107.589659
Elevation: 6112′
State Park
The road in is Gravel. Navajo Lake State Park – Sims Mesa is open year round. There are 30 or more campsites at this location and the maximum RV length is 45 feet. You may stay 14 days at Navajo Lake State Park – Sims Mesa.

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If you are tent camping, the beach campsites are awesome. You can camp right on the sand or stay near the vault toilet and have a picnic table. This area is labeled Lakeshore Camping on the map.

This campground is part of Navajo State Park and is located on the shores of Navajo Lake. It has five tiers of camping. Primitive Beach camping is for tents only and costs $8/night. Developed camping is $10/night. Developed campsites have a fire pit and table. Some also have shelters. Developed campsites with electric or sewer are $14/night. $18 for both electric and sewer. There are numerous group campsites that rent for $98/night.

There are four camping areas at this Aztec Ruins National monument boondocking area. One is next to the marina. All of its campsites (40-46) are developed and cost $10. This area is best suited for small vehicles and truck campers. While trailers and RVs are not prohibited, there really isn’t enough room to maneuver them.

Activities: Amenities
RV Parking
Tent Camping
Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Wildlife Viewing
ADA accessible
BBQ Grill
Boat Ramp
Drinking Water
Dump Station
Fire Ring
Near Water
Pets Welcome
Picnic Tables
Restrooms
Showers
Trash Cans

 

 

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