We recently camped 3 nights here. After you make the 10 mile trek to the campground the only thing you'll want to do is to grab the first available site and collapse. Gather up your energy and walk a little farther down through the campground. You'll come to a tree canopy that covers both sides of the flowing creek and the campsites there. You'll appreciate the shade the trees offer and you'll have creekside property! There are about 10-12 campsites available in that area. The only downside to this section of the campground is that you will have a nice little trek to the natural spring water...your only source of drinking water in the canyon. We drank the water straight from the spiket. It was clear, clean and delicious. We used both hammocks and tents. The weather was warm enough to sleep comfortably in either one. There are 4-5 bathrooms scattered throughout the campground. They are clean and were always well stocked, but can get smelly with the heat. Avoid the middle stalls; no windows for circulation.
- Also Known As:
- Havasu Falls Campground Hotel Supai
- Havasu Falls Hotel Supai