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    Havasu Falls Campground

    Havasu Canyon, P.O. Box 160, Supai, AZ 86435
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          1 - 5 of 48 reviews

          Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

          The falls along the Havasu Creek are a special place to visit but the campground is not as clean as reviews I read before traveling there. The composting toilets (all of them) were filled within inches of the lid with human waste and toilet paper....More

          Thank Paul F
          Reviewed 17 May 2017

          Wildland Trekking guided tour. Kory & Pete were our guides and were wonderful. Helicopter down to Hava Supai village then hiked to the campgrounds. Carried all of our supplies that we needed for 4 days in a backpack. No showers and compostable toilets- but I...More

          Thank Shannon A
          Reviewed 9 May 2017

          We recently camped 3 nights here (second time). Start by driving the lonely 60 mile to the rim and ever challenging hunt for the illusive parking place. With drop site parking at a premium prepare yourselves for a 1-2 mike hike to the starting point,...More

          1  Thank TheCaDean
          Reviewed 2 May 2017

          Just returned from a wonderful 3 days at Havasu Falls. The falls were absolutely amazing and all trails were well maintained. Our group of 15 stayed at the campground scattered around beautiful sites right next to the stream. The weather was warm, with partly cloudy...More

          Thank Vic A
          Reviewed 16 April 2017

          The camp site was clean and well maintained. The composting bathrooms were most of the time clean and odorless. There were a couple of cloudy days that prevented the solar operated fan from clearing the air in the bathrooms. But the fresh drinking water from...More

          Thank travelerjkl
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          • Price range
          • US$15 - US$30 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
          • Number of rooms
          • 100
          • Location
          • United States >
          • Arizona >
          • Supai
          • Also Known As
          • Havasu Falls Campground Hotel Supai ,
          • Havasu Falls Hotel Supai
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          Traveller (43)
          Pool & Beach (2)
          Room & Suite (1)
          Hotel & Grounds (34)
          Family and Play Areas (6)
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          Shay P
          Is there water at the camp sites? And are you allowed to drink alcohol?
          24 May 2017|
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          Response from Shannon A | Reviewed this property |
          Alcohol is not allowed at all. The available drinking water is natural spring water.
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          Megan M
          Does anyone know if you are assigned to the campsite you picked online for 2017?
          19 April 2017|
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          Response from Vic A | Reviewed this property |
          You can stay wherever you want as long as it is within the designated camping area. The trekking groups usually stay towards the beginning of the camping area in the group sites. Check out sites farther down, and on both... More
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          "summer months are warm, don't take the bulky sleeping bag"
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          "If you have to use the bathroom at night, pick a spot close to the bathrooms"
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          "Head further down the campground and don't be afraid to cross the simple bridges for other options."
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          "Go to the end of the campground, dont just pick the first one you see."
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