Docks removed at Navajo State Park marina due to low water
Credit: CPW News Release
ARBOLES, Colo. – Due to low-water at Navajo Reservoir the docking and marina facilities at Navajo State Park are being removed this summer. The boat ramp and courtesy dock, however, will remain open and boaters will be able to launch their craft throughout the season.
Starting Wednesday (June 6) there will be no fuel available at the park, and there will be no pump-out services offered.
Changes at the boat ramp will not change any other operations at the park. The park is open year- around and offers 138 camp sites, and hiking and biking trails.
Sandy explained that the docks, marine store and boat houses would be damaged if they go to ground. Work to start removing the docks started on May 30 and will continue for about two weeks. The marina store will be floated out to deeper water.
The park has contracted with 4 Corners Marine Services to assist owners launching and retrieving houseboats. Those needing that service should contact 4 Corners directly at 505-947-5802. Navajo State Park personnel are available to help those with smaller boats to launch their craft.
CPW might also resurface part of the boat ramp in the fall. That work will be dependent on water level at that time.
For information about Navajo State Park, call 970-883-2208. Information about all of Colorado’s state parks can be found at http://cpw.state.co.us/placestog.