Beautiful area, but no trail markers if there is snow on the ground. Once over cascade pass the trail is hard to find. Snow stays deep in Pelton Basin late into the summer.
Havasu Falls is an amazing place! The campground is a mile long with sites being first come first served. A permit issued by the tribe is required to camp. There is potable water near the beginning of the campground and 4 sets of composting toilets scattered the length. Campsites are on both sides of the creek with small footbridges to cross back and forth. If you need multiple hammock spots and tent spots for your group those sites are harder to find. If you have all tents it will be easier to stay together as a group.
The tent sites are well spaced and surrounded by trees. The showers were clean and plenty of hot water. There was potable water and a dish sink at the shower house. The pool and hot tubs were an awesome bonus. I enjoyed eating at the restaurant onsite even though it has limited hours. The coffee shop is open all day though! Great place to stay you really can’t beat it at 14 bucks a night!