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The river and canyon land were great for judging a AKC retriever performance event.
But really this is a world class fly fishing Mecca. We only saw a small portion of the park but in Oct it was absolutely beautiful with the autumn yellow cottonwoods...More
This lake is so beautiful so fun it is the best lake in new Mexico miles better than elephant butte the camping sites are great the marina is exceptional wish we could go every year but from where we live it's a 6 hour drive...More
We spent four nights at the Cottonwoods Campground at Navajo Lake State Park. It is south of the lake on the San Jaun river near the town of Navajo Dam. The campground is a little removed from the main park but that makes it all...More
Stayed a week at the Rosa campground. Quick, easy access to the lake from most sites. Not many mature trees near the campsites makes shade tough, especially with the persistent wind. Caught catfish and pike from the shore and boat. Will go back.
Big campsites by the river. Great place to get unhooked and enjoy nature. Most people were fly fishing. We visited the sites in a 3 hour radius. Aztec Village is close by for shopping and restaurants. Early April's weather was from snow to 70 degrees....More
The views are beautiful and our first day was very pleasant. Shoreline was pretty. The second night was very noisy until quite late, maybe midnight. No one seemed to do anything about it. The bathroom in the lowest campground is out of service for maintenance...More
I would come back here again and again if I lived closer. The campsites are the best, and have incredible views of the lake. We were caught in a downpour for a few hours, but after the rain was done it was gorgeous out. Park...More
Truthfully can't answer as we were only on the river below dam but there are boat launch areas at the reservoir and most certain that swimming would be possible? I would check out the state park web site for more information.