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The campground in Havasupai is surprisingly nice. The bathrooms are clean and don't smell and are surprisingly bug free. They do seem to close a lot at random times for cleaning and other reasons which was confusing. We chose a campsite almost directly across from...More
We backpacked in this past weekend for a 3 day 2 night stay in the camp ground. It was everything we expected it to be.
The tribe does a great job of keeping the camp ground nice. There are several toilet facilities along the main...More
This is a great campsite in the middle of the Supai basin of waterfalls. You camp on the side of the creek and let it out you to sleep every night.
The facilities are impressive given the fact that you only get here by a...More
My friend and I, I am proud to say we carried all our gear in and out on our own backs, no animals were hurt by us on this beautiful adventure. The campsites were clean and the composting toilets were also well maintained, clean and...More
The campground itself is clean. However the bathroom with the septic tank.. Not so much. A trick is to take Fabreze air freshener and spray that before using the loo. We went with BG wild company. The havasu Falls, the Mooney falls and the little...More
Response from Nucleartax | Reviewed this property |
Even getting on the reservation and hiking into town requires pre-arrangement. You MUST plan ahead or use a guide service like Austin Adventures or Arizona Outdoor Adventures (AOA) - they work together
Response from Jonathan P | Reviewed this property |
Hi, You have very limited choices. Either you book a spot at the camp or a room at the village. Or.... You go there in the morning, spend your day there under the rain and come back before dark. (But its forbidden...)