The Campground is a ""camp wherever you want"" campground running for roughly one mile on both sides of Havasu Creek. There are no designated or assigned camping sites. You are welcome to set up camp anywhere within the Campground area that is safe and respectful of the land and your fellow campers.
- Camping is not permitted anywhere other than in the actual Campground.
Composting toilets are located throughout the Campground.
Drinking water is available from a freshwater spring in the Campground. All other water should be treated/filtered before using. And to be extra safe, please consider filtering all water.
Gas canister backpacking cooking stoves are ok, but all other types of flame/fire are NOT permitted.
Please be respectful of your fellow campers and respect Quiet Hours from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. Amplified music is NOT permitted at any time.
- Due to the many challenges and hazards of bringing young children (distance, elevation, remoteness, climate, extreme weather, challenging terrain, water hazards, lack of medical facilities, etc), bringing young children is NOT recommended.
Note: Small wild critters in the Campground (mice, squirrels, etc) will try to get to your food, trash, and everything else with an odor, even if it means chewing through your pack or tent. Keep all such items in odor-proof bags in your bear canister and store it in a secure location OUTSIDE of your tent.
Campground Reservation pricing is per person and includes all necessary permits, fees, and taxes.
Campground Reservations are only valid on and between the arrival and departure dates of your Campground Reservation and are subject to all Rules and Laws of Havasupai, including the inspection of all people, baggage, and vehicles at the security checkpoint upon entering and exiting Havasupai land. Permits and access may be revoked with or without notice at any time.
With a valid Campground Reservation you are permitted to drive to the Hualapai Hilltop Trailhead via Indian Road 18 and park in the permitted visitor parking area, camp in the Campground after officially checking in at, hike to/from the Campground, and enjoy the tourist permitted areas of the creek and waterfalls along the way (Fiftyfoot Falls, Little Navajo Falls, and Havasu Falls) as well as past the Campground to Mooney Falls and Beaver Falls.
The 8 mile section of trail between the Hilltop Trailhead and the Village of Supai is closed each night between sunset and 4:00 a.m.
- Alcohol is NOT permitted.
- Littering is NOT permitted.
- Drones are NOT permitted.
- Campfires are NOT permitted.
- Diving/jumping is NOT permitted.
- Taking photos of Havasupai people or property is NOT permitted. Thank you for being respectful of the people who have opened up their canyon to outside visitors.
- Camping is NOT permitted anywhere other than in the actual Campground.
- The following are NOT permitted: alcohol, drugs, smoking, drones, amplified music, littering, nudity, jumping, diving, climbing, fishing, hunting, horses, dogs, pets, animals, wagons, carts, bikes, vehicles, fires, fireworks, firearms, weapons, water guns, boats, rafts, kayaks, paddle boards, inner tubes, pool floats, pool toys, styrofoam, filming or photography for commercial purposes, taking photos of Havasupai people or property, and anything else that may be hazardous or discourteous. Proper attire is required, please dress appropriately. Gas canister backpacking cooking stoves are ok, but all other types of flame/fire are NOT permitted.
The Havasupai Reservation is federal land. Regardless of state laws, all drugs listed in the Schedule of Controlled Substances, Title 21 C.F.R. Part 1308 that are federally prohibited are illegal on the Havasupai Reservation, including marijuana in any amount.
Possession, distribution, or consumption of alcohol anywhere within the boundaries of the Havasupai Reservation (which also includes the Hilltop Trailhead parking area) is a Tribal and Federal crime, punishable by up to one year of imprisonment. 18 U.S.C. Â§Â§ 1154 and 1156.