FARMINGTON, NM | WIN RV Singles Travel Club
Hike the Bisti Badlands, see the hoodoos, twisted geology and a rainbow of colors. Taste the Wines of the San Juans, visit the Shiprock Pinnacle off highway 491. Cool off at Lake Farmington with a swim, kayak, tube or fish. Mountain biking at the Allen Run for every type of riding. Visit some of the many museums and galleries downtown that often have some of the artists working there. Visit Chaco National Historical Park with all of their prehistoric ruins (drive, bike or hike the 9 mile loop). Some world class 4 wheeling is available at Chokecherry Canyon including rock crawling. The Four Corners is is 30 miles SE. There are numerous ruins to explore in the area.
Cottonwood – Navajo Lake State Park, NM 511, Navaho Dam, NM 87412. No Charcoal or wood burning. An annual State park pass can be purchased on line through Reserve America, for $225 for out of state residents that is good for 12 months from the date of purchase.
Need Reservations – 1-877-664-7787 $14 a night with electric and water plus a $12 reservation fee. 47 sites, 50 foot max, 9 pull throughs, 7 – 50 amp sites, tables, grills, water, toilets, showers, dump, trails, hike, boat.
As a back up location, Elks in town has a few spaces, or the Farmington Elks Recreation area – contact Dale Smith at 970-749-0661, about 50 miles outside of town
Head east on US-160 from Cortez, Right onto CO-140 S, Left onto NM-574/N, Left onto NE Aztec, Right onto NM-173, Left toward Rd. 4280 (1 1/2 miles on an unpaved bumpy dirt road)
N36.810865,W107.677306 – Click on link to see Google Map