WHERE TO GO
Navajo Lake Jet Ski Rentals is located inside Navajo State Park.
Navajo State Park is located off Highway 151, on County Road 982 (San Juan Marina Rd). Once on this road, after driving about half a mile, you will see a sign for Windsurf Beach and Jet Ski Rentals on your left-hand side. Do NOT turn here. Continue down the road until you come to the Navajo State Park office. At this office, you will have to purchase a day-use pass to enter the park. After you purchase your day-use park pass, head back up County Road 982 (the same road you just came down) towards the Highway. Continue up this road until you get back to the sign for Windsurf Beach and Jet Ski Rentals. This time the sign will be on your right-hand side. Take a right-hand turn at the sign onto the gravel road. Continue down this road until you come to the parking lot. Once in the parking lot, you will see a dirt road leading onto the beach. Take this dirt road onto the beach. Once on the beach, head all the way down to the water, were you will see a dirt road. Take this dirt road to the right. You will continue down this dirt road, following along the water, for about 5 minutes. (Be sure to not get to close the water, as the sand is very soft). We are located at the very end of the beach, so it is impossible to go past us. We also have signs up along the road to help guide you in the right direction. At the end of the beach, you will see a truck, trailer, and red tent. This is Navajo Lake Jet Ski Rentals. You may drive all the way to the tent, and park your car where you see fit. Once parked, come to the tent to sign waivers and get equipment.
From New Mexico:
Driving north on US HWY 550, cross the Colorado State Line and drive about 4 miles while watching for the "Ignacio" sign on the right at County Road 310 (not marked). Turn right onto 310, which eventually turns into 318, and go about 15 miles to the end of the road. Turn left onto CO HWY 172 for one mile. Turn right onto CO HWY 151. Drive about 17 miles to County Road 982. Turn right and go 2 miles to the park.
Take US HWY 160 west from Pagosa Springs for about 17 miles, then turn south onto CO HWY 151 for about 18 miles to Arboles. Turn left again onto County Road 982 and drive 2 miles to the park.