No power, but who cares. We were only driving through, but what a beautiful location. We stayed at after 25 and no one stayed camped next to us. Pure heaven: trees, water, mountains, and silence.
We stayed in the main campground, Pine. There are trees for some privacy and the angles of the sites help get as many sites to have views of the lake. The Navajo Dam Spillway is impressive. We were told there is great trout fishing nearby. Marina. Just passing through, good choice.
We stayed in Grassy Point campground. Offers an impressive boat ramp for lake access. We are here in the off season, so very few campers. A beautiful area.
Very strange, cramped, set up for electric sites in first loop. Packed together like sardines. Other than that, it is nice campground. Looks like a big fishing spot along the creek. Site 20 has very nice views.
Mountains, lake, prairie dogs, deer…a little piece of heaven. Here in the off season, had the campground to ourselves. No power, no sewer, pit toilets. Loved this place!
Only stayed one night, passing through. A lot of spots for day use, with great views of lake. Dinosaur tracks a total bonus. Worth the stop. Fun finding this marker. (photo)
We only spent one night, but enjoyed the hiking trail and viewing the spring. A nice respite for weary travelers. Saw some mule deer wandering through in the morning.
We didn't stay long, but enjoyed views. Took a hike on the trails and had dinner outside, watching the sunset. Beautifil.