A camp for boys and girls between the ages of 7 to 16. Kids enjoy all kinds of super fun activities like kayaking, rock climbing, wakeboarding, backpacking, horseback riding, biking, arts and crafts and so much more.

Contact Information

Phone: 1-800-200-CAMP
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Email: info@navajotrails.com

Mexican Hot Chocolate

Yummy for these cold days!

Simply Mix: 

1 cup milk
3 tablespoons instant hot chocolate mix
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Pinch cayenne pepper

Really hits the spot!  

"It Could be Worse" Game

Super fun creativity game!  No supplies needed.  Also good for car rides, rainy days, hikes...

The starting player says something innocuous, like "I almost couldn't find the syrup." Next player says something like "It could've been worse. You could have been covered in syrup." Then the next person says something worse, like, "It could've been even worse than that, you could've been on Dancing with the Stars at the time." And then the next player tries to find something worse than that. Or, the next person says "it could be better..." And so it goes...

Thanksgiving Craft: Paper Indian Corn

I always loved these tissue paper crafts as a kid. Easy to do with simple supplies, but looks great!   Something fun to do over the weekend! 


Natural-colored raffia paper
Yellow poster board or construction paper
Colored tissue paper


To make each stalk, cut three 18-inch lengths of natural-colored paper twist (sometimes called raffia paper). Untwist them, then trim the edges to resemble corn husks.

Fan out the husks so that they overlap and use a few drops of glue to hold them together.

From yellow poster board, cut out an ear of corn (about 10 inches long and 3 inches wide) and glue it atop the husks.

Now crumple a bunch of 3-inch colored tissue paper squares to create rounded kernels and glue them to the ear. Lastly, gather the husk bottoms and tie them together with a strip of raffia.


1-2-3 Look

Here's a simple little camp or party game:  

Everyone closes their eyes and lowers their heads, everyone chants 1-2-3-Look! As the leader calls "look," the campers look up at one specific person.  If that person is looking back at him/her, both players are out. If that person is looking at a different person, the camper puts their head back down and waits for the next chant of "1-2-3 Look."

Continue the game rapidly until only two players are left.

We like to play a similar version that avoids players being called out of the games.  Simply form TWO circles.  When a pair is "out", they join the other circle.    Remarkable easy and fun!

Shaded Potato Prints

A fun simple art activity with supplies you may already have around the house: 

tempra paints and brush
1. With the help of an adult, cut a potato in half, with a pencil, draw a simple geometric shape, letter, or any created design on the sliced portion of the potato.

2. With the spoon, scrape away the part of the potato that is not part of the shape. The shape will be raised; the background will be cut and scraped away.

3. Paint any color on the remaining raised shape. Then, firmly press the potato on the paper to make a print. Make several prints before repainting. Each print will be lighter than the first.

4. Shading Step: With the spoon or other digging utensil, scoop away a little more of the remaining shape. Paint a different color on the potato shape and press the potato on the prints already made. Try to print exactly on the area of the first print. This will produce the look of dual colored shading. Continue this method to make more shaded prints or additional prints.

Explore making prints with other objects from around the house, such as these suggestions:
bar of soap
nuts and bolts
eraser on a pencil
crumpled foil

Wayne County Trivia Quiz (for impressing your friends)

Wayne County, home to Navajo Trails

1.  How'd Wayne County get its name? 
A:  In honor of a delegate's son who was dragged to death by a horse.     
B.  After Wayne State University in hopes they would help fund the building of the elementary school.
C.  After Wayne Newton, Singer Songwritter
D.  After Wayne National Forrest in Ohio, the first settlers wanted to honor home.   

2: How much of Wayne County belongs to the Federal and State Government?
A:    A mere 13%
B:   almost half 47 %
C:   nearly three quarters 74 %
D:   almost all  97 % 

3:  How many people live in the county?
A:    2,400  The size of some high schools
B:    8,100   Same as the Blackberry Pearl Phone
C:    21,000  Same as how many people said they were attending a teens 16th b-day party on facebook
D.  120,000  Number of Ipad sales on the first day

4: What's the Elevation Range?
A:    3,000 Feet in capital Reef to 5,000 feet at Boulder Mountain
B:    100 feet at the lowest  to  10,000 feet at the highest
C:    8,400 feet  at the west end of the county to 4,200 feet at Hanksville.
D.    2,000 around the center to 11, 500 feet at the top of the mountains

5.   About the county seat, Loa,
A.   It is home to a former Miss Utah. 
B.   It has the second highest elevation of any county seat in Utah
C.   The Grocery Store is named,  Miss Loa's.
D.   It's home of the county pool and the swim team, "The Seals"

1.  A.  Wayne dragged to death from a horse, county named after him.
2.  D.  97 % of the county is state or federal land
3.  A  Only 2,400 people live in Wayne County
4.  C.  8,400 to 4,200 elevation (Navajo Trails sits at 7,125 nice and cool)
5.  B.  I wish it was Miss Loa's or the Seals, but alas it has the second highest elevation of any county seat in Utah at 7,000 feet.    Tell all of your friends.

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