Start planning your fly fishing vacation at this Navajo Dam, New Mexico, United States vacation home. The Cottonwood Cabin has 2 bedrooms, 5 beds, and 2 bathrooms, and sleeps up to 8 guests. Your fly fishing paradise awaits when you stay at Cottonwood Cabin. This spacious 2-bedroom, loft, 2-bath riverfront cabin features a fire pit, indoor hot tub, full kitchen, and an open floor plan, creating an ideal space to gather with family and friends. During your vacation stay you can enjoy world-renowned fishing in the San Juan River Quality Waters, taste test at Wines of the San Juan, or take a day trip to the nearby towns of Bloomfield, Aztec, Farmington, or Durango. Dogs are welcome, with 2,076 square feet of space.
The cabin is nestled on the San Juan River just minutes from local attractions such as the Wines of the San Juan and the Navajo Lake State Park, this family-friendly cabin is the perfect gathering place for those ready to explore the rugged beauty of New Mexico. One bedroom has a king-size bed, the second bedroom has a queen-size bed, and the loft has a full-size bed, futon, and sleeper sofa. Enjoy outdoor living with the deck, dining table, fire pit, propane grill, and large yard with dog run. Inside the cabin, you’ll find a hot tub room, flat-screen TVs, a DVD player, board games, ceiling fans, a wood-burning stove. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen with cooking basics, spices, a drip coffee maker, blender, toaster, Crock-Pot, Instant Pot, breakfast bar, and dining table. The cabin has keyless entry, free WiFi, a washer and dryer, central air conditioning, cleaning essentials, linens, and towels. The driveway has parking for 3 vehicles.
Outdoor fun in the area includes fly fishing (on-site), Navajo Lake State Park (12.1 miles), Navajo Lake Marina (12.5 miles), Durango Mountain Resort (85.4 miles), Alpen Haus Ski Center (85.8 miles), hiking, and biking. Other activities in the area include the Wines of the San Juan (0.6 miles), Lavender on the San Juan River (1.2 miles), Salmon Ruins Museum (17.2 miles), Aztec Speedway (21.7 miles), Aztec Ruins National Monument (23.6 miles), and the Frances Canyon Navajo Ruins (24.1 miles).
Navajo Lake State Park is the ultimate playground for adventurers. During the day, you can explore the beautiful network of canyons by boat or fish the famous San Juan River with the best fishing guides in the United States. At night, settle in by the campfire and sleep under the mesmerizing New Mexico star-filled sky or enjoy the home-away-from-home comforts at one of the popular lodges. Activities within Navajo Lake State Park include boating, sailing, cliff-diving, fishing, hunting, swimming, scuba diving, water-skiing, wildlife viewing, and hiking. Navajo Lake is the second-largest lake in New Mexico and one of the most popular State Parks. Located only 30 miles east of Farmington, Navajo Lake is ideally located for a day of fishing and hiking or a week of camping and boating. For supplies or a little art and atmosphere visit the communities or attractions outside the park.