Camp Navajo is located in Coconino County, West of Flagstaff, Arizona. Camp Navajo functions as a training site for transportation, engineering, military police, aviation, ordnance, medical, quartermaster, and related units. Camp Navajo is used as a training site by both active/reserve component units of all services and other organizations such as Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), Boy Scouts, Border Patrol, law enforcement, Park Rangers, Department of Public Safety (DPS), Navy, Marines, Air Force, Youth Challenge, Civil Air Patrol Cadets and Naval Sea Cadets.
Please feel free to contact Camp Navajo Training Site by submitting a request below.
NOTE: Please utilize the links below when making a request for Billeting or Training Area’s
Range Facility Management Support System for MILITARY USE ONLY - Military CAC is needed to utilized web link.
Facilities Request Form for CIVILIAN USE ONLY - Civilian or Non-DoD Agencies.
Firing Range: QTR
There are 16 automated lanes for weapons qualifications with the M4/M16, 80 zeroing points, plus 4 lanes for squad automatic weapons, 300/600 yard known distance ranges and no tracer rounds.
Firing Range: CPQC
There are 16 automated lanes for M-9 weapons qualifications and authorized calibers of .45 or smaller, but no tracer rounds authorized.
Hand Grenade Range
Practice Hand Grenade range / Inert rounds only
EST 2000 (Engagement Skills Trainer)
The Engagement Skills Trainer is a simulator that provides marksmanship training and trains soldiers on virtually all aspects of firearms training from calibrating weapons, to weapons qualification, to collective fire scenarios in numerous environments.
Practice Rounds (Inert rounds only)