The first step is to secure a reservation for the dates you plan to visit. Reservations for camping and the lodge are only taken via telephone. 2013 reservations will open sometime in mid January or early February. Watch this website or Facebook for the announcement or sign up for our Twitter feed.
Reservation fees are listed on the camping and lodging pages, the fees are reasonable and provide a much needed source of income for the tribe.
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The parking lot at Haulapai Hilltop (aka Hilltop for short), 8 miles from Supai, is the closest you can get in your car, truck, or motorhome. There are no busses or shuttles that service Hilltop, so you will have to get here in your own transportation.
The nearest major airports are in Phoenix and Las Vegas, both are five or so hours away by car. Coming from either direction, you will need to take Interstate 40 to Route 66, then to Indian 18 (see maps.)
Hilltop is at the end of Indian 18 - a paved road that is minimally maintained. The closest services are 60+ miles from Hilltop (and there are no services available at Hilltop):
Town Services Miles Peach Springs Gas*, Food*, Lodging 66 Seligman Gas, Food, Lodging 93 South Rim Gas, Food, Lodging 200
* Gas and Food not always readily available in Peach Springs after hours