Visitors to Navajo Lake enjoy swimming fishing, and boating.
Approx. 3,000 ft
Approx. 2,500 ft
Located just East of Cedar City, Navajo Lake is a low traffic, high altitude lake retreat.
Navajo Lake is home to Cutthroat, Rainbow, Splake, and Brook Trout.
Navajo Lake is 25 feet at its deepest points, water from Navajo Lake ends up in The Great Basin and Colorado River. The Lake was formed by lava flow that passed along the eastern end of the lake to form the small reservoir known today as Navajo Lake.
Planning Your Trip to Navajo Lake
- Lodging: There is lodging and camping opportunities near Navajo Lake.
- Campsites at Navajo Lake are first come first serve and offer fire pits, picnic tables, drinking water, toilets facilities, and garbage disposal.
- Fees and Permit information can be found on the park website.
- Pets: Leashed dogs are welcome at Navajo Lake.
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