Camping is permitted only at the designated fishing lakes (except Horse Lake) and the Navajo River; at least one member of each camping party must have a valid Jicarilla fishing permit. Camping facilities vary from lake to lake (see below).
There are several covered shelters, with picnic table and tent sites as well as undeveloped sites with tables, located on the west side of the lake. Fire rings with attached grills are available at all camp sites. RV's are welcome but there are no hook-ups available. Water is not available at Mundo Lake.
There are a few undeveloped camp sites at Enbom Lake, with tables and fire rings.
Stone Lake has a variety of camping options along its 3 miles of shoreline. There are shelters, picnic tables and fire rings at most sites. Tents and RV's are welcome at all of these sites. In addition there is a 24 unit RV park located immediately southwest of Stone lake on Road J-8. This graveled park has electricity, and sewer hook-ups for RV's and camp trailers, with a spectacular view of Stone Lake and Horse Lake Mesa. These units are available first come-first served..
Camping and day-use vehicle fees are included in the cost of your valid Jicarilla Fishing Permit.
|Stone and Mundo* Lakes||Overnight Camping - FREE||Day Use* - FREE|
|R.V. Park at Stone Lake||Overnight Parking - FREE|