Havasu Falls Campground
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We started out our day early. We had a hard time sleeping due to the time change and were both up around 4:30am. This still didn't help with us getting out of the room by 6am like we had hoped for. We finally took off around 6:30 am. It was about and hour drive from Peach Spring to Hilltop. It was pretty easy to find.
The road to Hilltop …
We were sad to leave our Flagstaff condo..what a great place and a nice town..hope we get back here sometime.
We headed up to the south gate, planning to hike most of the Hermits Rest Rim Trail. We made it to Powell Point, about 1.9 miles, before a thunderstorm came in...no rain...but lots of threatening lightening...so the they cleared everyone out of the Hermits Rest trail and we ended up back at Village.
The storm stayed away from the ...
We hung around the condo this morning before heading up to the north-east gate to the park around 11. We even cooked some pork chops for sandwiches for a picnic lunch, as we have found that the food in the park, and at the hotels and restaurants at the south exit of the park are overpriced and underwelming.
This was a repeat of our Sunday route when we drove into a cloud as we entered the park and never got out of it and did not see any of the canyon. Although ...
We headed out of Flagstaff at 7am and arrived at the park at 8:30. It was foggy and drizzling at the trailhead for Bright Angel trail, but we were still lucky to find a parking spot not too far from the start of the trail.
We had to wait 15m or so to start down as they were repelling down the wall at the start of the trail doing maintenance on the walls. This gave us a chance to listen in to the large group of French ...
We actually left Railside RV Ranch this morning (after sampling their waffles, of course!) and headed up to the Grand Canyon. The owner of Railside Ranch was SO helpful in planing our trip today - she even gave us suggestions on where to get the best tacos around. We arrived at the Grand Canyon and started off at Mather Point. They say that you can view 3/4 of the Canyon from this one point, and it looked ...
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The campground was simple. Unnumbered lots tucked away in Havasu Canyon. The amazing blue-green waters running right through the middle. They have spring water available that tasted good and I believe 4 sets of toilets though out the 1/2 mile long campground. The only issue I had was that, though toilets were available, most did not have locks and the toilet set back just far enough that you cant hold the door shut.
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