The Havasupai hiking trails and campground will reopen on Sept. 1, the Tribal Council announced this week.
"The necessary repairs to the trail and campgrounds have been completed and the areas are safe for visitors," a statement from the Tribal Council said.
They have been closed since July 11 after monsoon storms flooded the area and damaged parts of the trails, which lead to the picturesque Havasu Falls, Havasu Creek and Mooney Falls.
Those who had reservations during the closure can call the Tourist Office at 924-448-2141.
Reservations have sold out for the year, according to the website.
Reservations for 2019 opened on June 1.
In their statement, leaders reminded hikers to prepare for the monsoon season which typically runs through the end of September. They also asked to remind hikers to bring plenty of water as temperatures can still rise above 100 degrees.