camp on nearby American Indian land
Havasupai tribal lands
The lands of the Havasupai Tribe are located in a large tributary canyon on the south side of the Colorado River. This land is outside the boundaries and jurisdiction of the National Park Service and is managed by the Havasupai Indian Tribe. The Havasupai Tribal Council has extended the suspension of tourism through the remainder of the 2022 season.
Reading: Grand canyon south rim camping
The tribe is making the necessary repairs and improvements to ensure a safe and pleasant experience for our valued guests. Reservations with arrival dates between June 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022 will be rescheduled for the same date in 2023. This applies to camping, lodge and pack mule reservations. all current reservations between February 1, 2023 and May 31, 2023 remain the same. No new reservations will be available for purchase while tourism is suspended. The Havasupai Tribe looks forward to welcoming tourists for the 2023 tourist season and appreciates your continued patience and understanding. strong>
hualapai tribal lands
grand canyon west (located on the south side of the colorado river) is managed by the hualapai tribe. On the north side of the river (river to the right) is Grand Canyon National Park, on the south side of the river (river to the left) above the historic high water mark is Hualapai Tribal Land. Groups wishing to hike or camp on the river above the historic high water mark must apply to the Hualapai Tribe for a permit prior to the launch date. users of the river are asked by the pns and required by law to treat sensitive cultural sites with care and respect. the official website for the grand canyon west rim, known as grand canyon west, home of the skywalk, which is owned and operated by the hualapai nation, is: http://grandcanyonwest.com/ all tour information is at this website. reservation numbers are 1-888-255-9550 and 1-928-769-2219. these numbers are also listed on this website. Inquiries such as visiting the West Rim, tour packages, prices, directions, and general information should be directed to the website and reservation lines. for reservations at hualapai lodge in peach springs: 1-928-769-2230 fax: 1-928-769-2372
The land east of Grand Canyon National Park is outside the boundaries and jurisdiction of the National Park Service and is managed by the Navajo Tribe.
Navajo Tribal Parks are open and receiving visitors at 75 percent capacity and schools have returned to in-person learning. more information can be found here > (updated 08/19/2022)
- all visitors are asked to adhere to covid-19 safety protocols, including wearing a mask at all times when in public.
- For more information about Navajo Tribal Parks, call: 928-871-6647 or visit our website: www.navajonationparks.org, or on Facebook: “navajo parks & recreation”. “
information and permits can be obtained for camping and trails along the east side of the colorado river, marble canyon, jackass canyon, salt trail canyon, totahatso point, rainbow bridge trails, cove mesa, cove mine canyon and areas in the western part of the navajo nation – at the tribal visitor center in the city of cameron. (57 miles/ 92 km east of grand canyon village)
the visitor center is located at the junction of highway 89 and highway 64 in cameron, arizona. Inquiries should be directed to the Cameron Visitor Center, P.O. box 459, cameron, az 86020, (928) 679-2303 voice (928) 679-2330 fax. http://www.navajonationparks.org/