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Considered "primitive" or "rustic", the campgrounds are rich with lush vegetation: towering cottonwood trees; and a plethora of crawling grapevines.

The rustic camp amenities include:

* Spring water (please treat or purify before consumption).
* Composting toilets
* Picnic tables
* No campfires permitted
* Day Ranger available from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. for assistance
* Night security available during the tourist season from 7 p.m. - 5 a.m. for assistance.

Sites are available on a first come first serve basis. Trash must be packed out of the canyon. Showers are not available, but you may bathe in the creek with biodegradable soap.


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Grand Canyon Accommodations

Essentials to Bring for Your Trip to Havasupai

* Plenty of water for the trail (there is drinking water in the campground, and at the village)
* Food
* Light weight sleeping bag or equivalent
* Backpacking tent (for shelter if desired)
* Enough clean socks
* Good shoes or broken-in hiking boots
* Cooking equipment, i.e. backpacker's stove (no open fires allowed)
* First Aid kit

Nice Things to Have when Visiting Havasupai

* Sunscreen
* Hammock
* Camera
* Batteries
* Water shoes or sandals (Tevas)
* Bathing suit
* Trail mix
* Mosquito repellent
* Water filter
* Biodegradable soap & shampoo

The general store carries an assortment of food, drinks, and various items, but they do not have camping or backpacking gear.