Join New Mexico, Utah and Arizona BHA for our first annual Southwest Rendezvous at Navajo Lake State Park March 18-20, 2022. This event will bring together BHA leaders and supporters from the 4 corners region and beyond for a fun filled campout in Northwest New Mexico. Two large Navajo Lake campsites have been reserved exclusively for our group in close proximity to the lake, the marina and a short drive away from the San Juan River, a world-renowned fly fishing destination. The area also boasts numerous recreation activities including hiking, biking and sightseeing. Festivities will include a Saturday morning Welcome Breakfast, a 3D archery fun shoot sponsored by Black Ovis, a wild game cookoff, a wild game potluck, campfire stories, and a conservation and policy roundtable.
We will also have raffles and giveaways from our partners at Black Ovis and more!
Campsites are first come first served and are suitable for RV’s, campers and tents. Ticket holders can arrive any time starting at 10 am on Friday, March 18 to designated Juniper campsites and are asked to Check-out by 5 pm on Sunday, March 20. Your ticket purchase will help us cover overhead costs for this event. Campsites and Saturday breakfast are included with your ticket. Click here to view the full guest info overview.
Refund Policy: Our planning team will keep a close eye on state and local Covid restrictions. In the event that you are sick we ask that you not attend. In the event that public health concerns or inclement weather shut down the event full refunds will be granted to all ticket holders. No other refunds will be permitted.
Cookoff Details: Email AZ BHA chapter chair Justin Nelson ([email protected]) to sign-up for the Wild Game Cookoff! Click here to see complete wild game cookoff rules.
Other Details: This event is family friendly and open to non-members. Please keep in mind that as with most camping trips we will be in a fairly remote local with limited access to medical care in the event of an emergency. To learn more about the site’s proximity to medical services click here to view our medical services overview. This document is intended to give you some basic information about what you might expect as far as proximity to and quality of medical care but we recommend that anyone with specific concerns do their own research before traveling. Average temps in March in this area range from Hi 52°F to Lo 35°F. Campfires are currently restricted in the park, so propane heaters are encouraged. Click here to view a map showing key turnoffs, our campsites, amenities, and event locations.
Friday, March 18
3PM - 8:00PM: Campsites open at 10am. Please visit the check-in area for event information as soon as possible upon your arrival. Check-in opens at 3pm at Homebase.
Saturday, March 19
Open with other BHA members all day
8AM-9AM: Welcome Breakfast provided by Chapters
10AM-11AM: Conservation Policy Roundtable Discussion
12PM-3PM: 3D Fun Shoot Open
4:00PM-5:00PM: Wild Game Cookoff
5:00PM- Cookoff Judging
6:00PM: Wild Game Potluck Dinner
7:00PM: Campfire Stories
8:00PM: Raffle Drawing
9:00PM: Fire Ring Hangout
Sunday, March 20
9AM: River Cleanup (Texas Hole & Crusher Hole)
5PM: Checkout deadline
This event made possible by Navajo Lake State Park and other generous partners: