CAMPGROUNDS – SUPAI area within Tribal Lands

This page is for the campground info only.  It does not include reservation info for the Lodge.  So far, we are hearing there is no change of process for obtaining a Lodge reservations.  For additional information concerning the Lodge follow Link to Lodge Information.

Google Aerial Image of the Supai Campground Area

Opening Day Feb 1, 2019 is when campground reservations for the entire 2019 season (February through November) go on sale.

2019 Campground Reservations

This process seems to change from year to year. We don’t try to keep this page updated with the latest rules or pricing.

To Make Reservations
How to Cancel Camping Reservations
To Purchase Cancelled Reservations
Pack Animal Info

The campground is a “camp wherever you want” situation. It is located between Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls. Those two waterfalls are approximately 1 mile apart.

That makes the campground somewhat less than 1 mile long.

Some area’s there are places on both sides of Havasu Creek. It is located between Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls in the narrow canyon of Havasu Creek.

The “experienced/wise” camper will set up on the “trail side” of the stream.  On high ground rather than at stream side.  Also insuring there are no large dead tree branches above.  This all has to do with safety.  Flash Floods, and wind.

2019 Campground Reservation Pricing:
$100 per person per weekday night
$125 per person per weekend night (Friday/Saturday/Sunday nights)

These prices include all necessary permits, fees, and taxes.

All campground reservations will be for 3 nights / 4 days and be online here at

There will be NO phone reservations this year.

Camping Tourist Office Hours
May-October 6 A.M- 6 P.M
November-April 9 A.M- 3 P.M

Please do NOT Call!

Campfires, Alcohol, Drugs, Drones, and Firearms, are prohibited.

It is an additional 2-3 miles beyond the Village to the campground area.

For more details concerning the campgrounds see:
The Spring for Drinking Water
Composting Toilets
Pack Animal Gear Drop

The Link at the top of the page to a Google Earth. Shows an image of the Supai campground area.  Which is roughly from the base of Havasu Falls (about 1/4 mile NW of the base), along both sides of the stream, to the area just above Mooney Falls. There is no camping in the immediate area of Havasu Falls. The campground starts somewhat downstream of Havasu Falls. At the bottom of a long steep grade. Through a fence at a location that some refer to as the rangers building.

This grayed out text is scheduled for removal:
For the 2018 season Reservations were secured via “On-Line”.   This was a vast improvement over the telephone call in process of previous years.  Reservations are made through
Their latest info on their procedures should be found there.  When the reservation system is off line in the off season they provide a Email Sign Up process to inform you of upcoming information.

Please note: In 2017 the on-line system only worked for a short time and they turned it off.

Feb 2018 saw the system make all the reservations.  Some people reported some issues but the volume of hits in the short time frame must have been incredible.  300-350 reservations per day, times the amount of available days in 2018.  All snatched up and reserved in a few hours.  Those that didn’t know and tried calling on the telephone were most likely disappointed.

Reservations are paid up front.  They are not transferable, and are non-refundable.  The reservation can be put in two different peoples names.  But when the time comes, at least one of those two people must be checking in, and be on their list when/if checked along the trail while hiking in.  ID is normally asked for too.

The reservation policy and phone numbers for Camping Reservations, differ from those for the Lodge.

Do not call these below numbers to try to reserve the Lodge.The below numbers are associated with the Campground only.

Campground Info Telephone numbers are:
These same numbers can be used to arrange pack animals.

Havasupai Camping Reservations

Camping Information and Fees
Campground open February 1st to November 30th
Peak Season: May-September
Reservation Required

2018 Campground Information & Rates:

Pricing for 2018
Fee includes all necessary permits, fees, and taxes:

One Person, 2 Days / 1 Night: $140.56
One Person, 3 Days / 2 Nights: $171.11
One Person, 4 Days / 3 Nights: $201.67

All weekend nights (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Holiday weekday nights (February 19, May 28, July 4, September 3, October 8) + Spring Break weekday nights (March 5-8 and 19-22)
Will be charged an additional $18.33 per night.

Have alternate days/weeks in mind when you call, be flexible because once you get through on the phone you don’t want to have to call back.  People sit on the phone for days, all day, attempting to dial in and get answered.

The Havasupai Tribe is developing an “on-line” reservation system.  It functioned briefly the first day of the February 2017 reservations, and was then shut down.  In 2018 it made the bulk of the Camping Reservations.   No info on what 2019 will bring, but guessing the on-line system will be available again?