About Camping at Havasu Falls Campground
Camping Office Hours
Monday through Friday, 7am to 7pm
The Havasupai campground is not one of those places you can drive by or just happen to stumble upon. It has got to be an end point on your personal Grand Canyon journey GPS. And for the best results in staying there, you should mark this destination well in advance.
Reservations are required for you to enjoy camping privileges at Havasu Falls. During the busy season from April to October, a wise traveler wanting a guaranteed spot, will book his or her reservation months ahead of time.
To make your camping reservations, call weekdays between 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Arizona time. You could get a busy signal, or no answer. Don’t be surprised, just try again later. So, here are 4 different telephone numbers you can try:
It is best if you can know the following information and have it readily available when you call to book your Havasu Falls camping reservation:
* Desired date or dates
* Total number of nights you’ll be camping
* Total number of people in your camping party
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Example Camping FeesFor Party of 4: 2 adults, 2 children ages 14 & 10 Hiking in and camping for 2 nights
DepositThere are no deposits required. But reservations are mandatory. Please note, if you do not have a reservation, and just show up - you will be billed at twice the regular fee - that's $114 plus tax per person not $57.
For CancellationsIf for any reason you need to cancel your reservation, please call to free up a spot for someone else.
In the event the campground is shutdown due to flooding or other circumstances which may pose a potential risk to campers, the Havasupai Tribe will make effort to contact you if your reservation will be affected. They cannot guarantee that they will be able to notify everyone beforehand.
There are many places in the campground to set up a tent or just lay out your sleeping bag. Spots are first come first serve.
Of course you can refill your water supply at the campground. And as for your food, you will need to hang it in a bag from a tree branch. That is unless you don’t mind sharing it with a pesky squirrel who might graciously accept your invitation to help himself or herself to some of whatever food you’ve laid down to rest.