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Conveniently located directly off of the Trans Canada Highway, and only 8kms west of Brandon. Grand Valley Campground is a nicely treed, privately leased Provincial Park set in the beautiful Assiniboine river valley. A convenient overnight stop, but with the best parts of camping - camp fires, a beautiful oak forest, trails, and the feel of a small family run campground. We look forward to meeting you and hosting your stay!
You can't miss it! The Campground is directly off of the Trans Canada on Highway Exit 459. Google Maps is always best for Directions! GPS does not always work in rural areas.
Enjoy Simple and Affordable Rates:
Unserviced Tent Site - $18/night
15 amp Electrical Site - $24/night
30 amp Electrical Site - $24/night
Camper Rental - $99/night
Overflow No Service Camping for Big Rigs - $10/night
Firewood Bundles - $5
All Site Rentals have access to Washroom Facilities with hot showers, Water Fill up Stations, and RV Dump Station.
Weekly and Monthly Rates are available, please use the contact form below to inquire.
To Check Availability and book online:
Are dogs allowed?
Yes, dogs are allowed in the park on leash, but not left unattended.
What time is check in/check out?
Check in is 3pm and check out is 11am, but we can be flexible on these times depending on bookings. Late arrivals off of the highway can be arranged!
How many people can stay in one site?
4 people per site, but more guests can be added. We allow one extra vehicle per site, but we also have ample guest parking.
How can I pay?
We accept cash, debit and credit. You can also prepay for your site with our online booking.
What time are your quiet hours? Is there a gate and will I be locked out?
Quiet Hours are 11pm-8am. Access to your site is 24/7 and you will not be locked out.
Are you near restaurants or supplies?
Yes! Brandon is a short 6 min drive down Highway 459 (Grand Valley Road)
Is there a playground? Swimming? Fishing?
We do not have a playground or swimming to offer, but there is plenty of open green space to play, and nature to explore. The Assiniboine and Little Saskatchewan river are near by, and offer some great fishing spots.
What else is there to do around there?
Plenty! Visit our friends over at Brandon Tourism to see all of the options!
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