In this research, an experimental investigation was made to study the effect of suspended load transport on the hydraulic jump characteristics. Experiments were carried out in a glass-side channel of smooth bed and of rectangular cross-section 0.2 m wide, 0.3 m high and 7 m long with bed slope of 0.002. Uniform graded sand of 0.15 mm and 0.03 mm diameter with different concentration as suspended load was used in the experiments for a wide range of approach flow Froude numbers between 2.5 to 8. The results indicated that the sequent depth ratio and the jump length are smaller if suspended sediment is added to the flow than those of the corresponding clear water jump.