Visitors who come to the reservation have the option of staying at the Havasupai Lodge or at the campgrounds. Rooms in the 24-unit lodge consist of two double beds, private bath/shower and heating/air conditioning. The rooms do not have phones, televisions or spare roll-away beds. Each room can hold up to four visitors. For reservations, a $40 per night deposit is required in addition to the $145 per night cost. Smoking is not allowed in the rooms. A one time per visit $35 entrance fee is also required to enter the reservation. Reservations prices are of course subject to change. Those seeking a more outdoorsy adventure can hike an additional two miles to the campgrounds. Surrounded by lush trees and grapevines, the rustic first come, first served area serves as a stunning backdrop in nature’s beauty. Fees for staying at the campground are $17 per night, per person; a $5 environmental care fee (refundable if a bag of garbage is carried out); and $40 landing fee. For both the lodge and campgrounds, children under the age of 12 receive a 50 percent discount per night and groups of 15 or more receive a discount of 10 percent. The site consists of spring water, composting toilets, and picnic tables. No campfires are allowed. Showers are not available but visitors may bathe in the creek using only bio-degradable soap and shampoo. A day ranger is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and night security is available during the tourist season.