Located in Missoula, our full-service RV resort offers 81 full-hookup, pull-through RV sites with 20/30/50 amp service and city water & sewer. In addition, we have 28 water & electric sites featuring 20/30 amp service and city water connections. All RV resort guests enjoy free high-speed wireless internet access, full-service bathhouse and laundry facilities alongside our family-friendly amenities like mini golf (now free, included with your stay!). Lastly, don’t forget to check out our Made in Montana gift shop and convenience store for an ice cream or that unforgettable gift.
Why Do I Have To Enter My Dates on Campspot to View Rates? At GPRVR, we use Dynamic Pricing just like hotels, airlines, and gas stations. At the most basic level, this means that when we are busier, rates are higher, and when we aren’t so busy, rates are discounted. We use this feature of Campspot to manage supply and demand – to incentivize folks with a more flexible schedule to book different dates – and thus make those dates available to folks with a rigid schedule. This isn’t a money-grab or revenue thing – in fact, in 2021, on average, dynamic pricing discounted our rates more than it increased (although, we’d like to think that we got an extra booking or two). We think it’s a win-win.
I’m Not A Robot. What Do All The Letters and Dashes Mean? Each site type has a site type identifier. Each letter tells information about the site. For example, STD-L-G-PT-FHU means “STanDard Level Gravel Pull-Thru Full-HookUp.
Is Granite Peak Big-Rig Friendly? Well…sort of. The rigs keep getting bigger and our resort seems to be staying the same size! Big Sky sites will accommodate rigs up to 44 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all trailers, towed vehicles, bike racks, hitches, etc. Our Standard pull-thru sites will accommodate up to 42 feet. Yes, we can usually accommodate most big rigs but if you are, for instance, towing a passenger vehicle with your tandem axle motorhome, the passenger vehicle will most likely need to be parked in our overflow lot.
My RV will fit, but I have a trailer or additional vehicle that will not. Does Granite Peak have an area to park extra vehicles? Yes, we have an overflow parking area located on the north-side of the resort. Space is limited and based on a first-come, first-serve basis on any given night. Cars, trucks, and short trailers are all permitted to park in this area. Please note additional fees may apply, see our full terms & conditions for more info.
Are Your Sites Level? We are going to be completely up-front about this: If you are looking for a 100% laser level site that is perfectly flat to 1/1000th of micron… Granite Peak is not for you. We do offer our Big Sky and certain Standard Pull-Thru’s which are considered “mostly-level” and are your best bet if a level site is a must. We are constantly improving all of our sites in this regard and battling with mother nature and the effects of erosion during the heavy spring rains. Something to keep in mind: the level sites tend to hold on to water during the heavy spring rains while the unlevel sites will drain it away. The rainiest period in Western Montana is May into early June.
Do Any Sites Have Cable TV Hookups? No. We discontinued our cable service in favor of beefing up our Internet service and WiFi infrastructure – which is now capable of streaming video in most situations. You may still find a lingering coaxial hookup on a handful of our pedestals, but the service has been disconnected.
Which Sites Offer Good Satellite Reception? All of our sites offer good exposure to the southern skies. Most of our trees are about 25 years mature so not quite tall enough yet to block satellite signals. Satellite reception is not guaranteed in any of our sites, but we have not heard of anyone having issues.
Do Any Sites Offer Shade? What are the shadiest sites? Most of our sites feature a tree to provide minimal shade. If you are looking for shade from the afternoon sun specifically, we recommend booking one of our Big Sky (BIG-L-P-PT-FHU), Standard Level (STD-L-G-PT-FHU), or Economy (ECO-U-G-PT or BI-W/E) sites as these are oriented in a way so that your rig will block the afternoon soon.
Are Campfires Allowed? BBQs? Due to constantly high fire-risk and new insurance requirements, we are no longer able to permit wood campfires in any of our sites at any time. Propane firepits and BBQs are permitted at all times. Charcoal BBQs are permitted, but must be operated in accordance with Missoula County burn bans and air quality regulations (you may not be able to use a charcoal BBQ at times).
Is My Site Number Guaranteed? When you make a reservation the site type is guaranteed. We do not guarantee site numbers and it is possible that your site location will be moved from the one you chose. This “grid optimization” is a function of Campspot software and happens automatically. We do have the completely optional ability to “lock” your site for a $50 fee. We have set this fee arbitrarily high to discourage the majority of folks from using it, because as more folks lock their sites it exponentially reduces our flexibility and makes running the campground much more difficult. However, if you just HAVE to have that specific site, by all means, go ahead and use the completely optional site-lock function. Did we mention it is completely optional? 😉
G…Grid…Optimization? Grid Optimization is a feature of Campspot software that, according to marketing from Campspot to campground owners: “Our algorithm shifts reservations to fill up your campground, so you don’t have to play Tetris.”
I’m traveling with friends/family and I Want to Make Sure We Get Sites Next to Each Other. Is This Possible? Unfortunately, we have no way to guarantee both reservations will be adjacent unless adjacent sites are selected at the time of booking and the Site Lock feature is used for both. In other words, unless both sites have been locked we cannot guarantee that you will be placed together. If you would like to lock your existing reservation, please call us (406) 543-9400.
My RV is Older than your 15 Year Age Limit Policy, What Are My Options? Acceptance of RVs (of any age) into the resort is based on the condition of the RV when it arrives. Let’s be real – this is mostly about looks, but poorly maintained RVs can also pose a serious fire risk. We promise we aren’t trying to be snobby. We have seen a lot of beautifully restored (or just well maintained) vintage RVs that were happily allowed into the resort. If you have windows (not plywood), a roof (not a tarp) and the rig is clean and in good condition then you’re probably going to be okay. If you have a question about the condition of your RV, please contact us.
I have a van/bus/car/truck/boat/helicopter/spaceship that I have converted into an RV. What kind of rigs are allowed at Granite Peak? Whatever it is, it needs to be registered and insured as a recreational vehicle. This is non-negotiable. If your vehicle is registered and insured as an RV, then Granite Peak RV Resort still reserves the right to deny your stay based on the appearance/condition/type of your vehicle. Van conversions are routinely accepted. School bus conversions are rarely (but occasionally) accepted. If your rig falls more under the “Overland/Car Camping” category and has a pop-top, roof-top tent, etc. – or you just want to sleep in your car – we will consider that a tent. For non-self-contained-rigs, please make sure to book an Adventure Tent Site (ADV-U-G-BI-W/E). If you have any questions, please contact us.
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|Pull-Thru?||Paved?||Level?||50 Amp||30 Amp||Water||Sewer|
The most premium site we offer! This site type accommodates RVs of all types up to 44 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bike racks, etc. Includes a paved pad and adjoining 8’x12′ stamped concrete patio. An upgraded EATON electrical pedestal offers 20/30/50 Amp service along with a courtesy night-light to make hooking up a breeze! Water and sewer connection are provided at the site. Featuring views of Point-Six Mountain to the NE as well as proximity to the club house, bath house, pool, and all of our amenities.
Featuring the same dimensions as our most premium Big Sky offering, our Standard Gravel Pull-Thru FHU sites accommodate RVs of all types up to 42 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bike racks, etc. This gravel site which is sloped slightly to allow for water drainage features wide open spaces and plenty of room between you and your neighbor. 20/30/50 Amp electrical service is provided via a standard pedestal. Water and sewer hook-ups are also available at your site.
Featuring the same dimensions as our most premium Big Sky offering, this site type accommodates RVs of all types up to 42 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bike racks, etc. This gravel site is considered “unlevel”. We typically recommend these sites for fifth-wheels and travel trailers, as they can raise or lower the front landing gear/jacks and obtain level easier than a motorhome. Motorhomes, depending on the wheel-base length and the capabilities of the levelling system, may not be able to achieve perfect level without the use of boards, pads, blocks, or other devices. One (or more) tires may need to be raised off the ground or blocked in order to achieve level.
Our economy sites offer about half the amount of space between you and your neighbor as our Standard & Premium offerings. The sites are narrow and short. This site type accommodates RVs of all types up to 30 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bike racks, etc. Please be aware that due to the narrow width of these sites, some RVs may have difficulty deploying their slide-outs due to obstructions. This gravel site is sloped to allow for water drainage. A standard electrical pedestal offers 20 & 30 Amp connections. Water is available at the site however there is no sewer connection (we do have a dedicated dump-station which is free for all guests).
Our economy sites offer about half the amount of space between you and your neighbor as our Standard & Premium offerings. The sites are narrow and short. This site type accommodates RVs of all types up to 25 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bike racks, etc. (with the exception of site 8A, which can accommodate 35′ vehicles). Please be aware that due to the narrow width of these sites, some RVs may have difficulty deploying their slide-outs due to obstructions. This gravel site is sloped to allow for water drainage. An economy electrical pedestal offers 20- & 30-Amp connections. Water is available at the site however there is no sewer connection (we do have a dedicated dump-station which is free for all guests).
Calling all tents, car campers, rooftop tents, vans, truck campers, and overland rigs! Our “Adventure” sites are intended for rigs of all types and is the only type of site that we allow non-self-contained rigs. This site type accommodates RVs, trucks, and rigs of all types up to 18 feet combined bumper-to-bumper length of all vehicles, hitches, bikes racks, etc. Please be aware that due to the narrow width of these sites, some RVs may have difficulty deploying their slide-outs due to obstructions. This gravel site is sloped to allow for water drainage. An economy electrical pedestal offers 20 & 30 Amp connections. Water is available at the site however there is no sewer connection (we do have a dedicated dump-station which is free for all guests).