Camping at Beaver Falls, Havasupai

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Im looking at options to camp next week in Havasupai. Im waiting to hear back if camping is allowed near Beaver Falls.

If so, I'm thinking of hiking straight to Beaver Falls on Day 1. Day 2, hiking to the Colorado River confluence and back. Day 3, hike back to the main campground, then exit on Day 4.

Are there other springs on the way to the confluence to get fresh water? I presume taking the water from havasu creek is ok( yes, I will filter it).

Is hiking straight to Beaver Falls a bridge too far? Any other logistics I should be aware of? I know about the descent to the base of Mooney Falls.
 

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The only place you are allowed to camp is the main campground between Havasu Falls and Moonie Falls. There is no camping at Beaver Falls.

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