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These 10 unique places to stay in Big Sky Montana are going to blow your socks off. The U.S state is famous for the snow-capped mountains, skiing, and outdoor adventures! So of course they have tons of incredible places to stay. The hard part is deciding… do you take the guest ranch? the village center? the family resort? luxury mountainside lodge? an explorer cabin near Yellowstone?
UNIQUE Places to Stay in Big Sky Montana
Imagine yourself spending the day snowshoeing sitting by a wood-burning fireplace to warm you up. Hot tubs tub, ski resorts. There are several different options for places to stay in Big Sky Montana. These whimsical cabins have all your favorite amenities such as wood-burning fireplaces, hot tub, grill, trails, ski resorts, and more. Your perfect weekend getaway to Montana is just a click away.
Best time to visit
Any time of the year.
Big Sky offers SO MANY ACTIVITIES. So it’s a great place to visit no matter the season. Hiking trails, rock climbing, mountain biking, river rafting, and there are even more adventures at Big Sky Resort. Ziplining, gondola tours, and climbing walls.
HERE ARE THE Top 10
UNIQUE Places to Stay in
Big Sky Montana
Built on over 60 acres of nothing but nature, just 10 minutes outside of town sits “The Big Sky Fire Lookout”. Talk about unique places to stay! This old fire lookout has a 360-degree wrap-around porch with unobstructed views of Lone Peak and the Madison Mountain Range… Yes. Bring all of the camera gear. Yes, all of it.
The Fire tower is My Favorite Unique Place to Stay in Big Sky
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with awesome loft
Located just 2 minutes from the town center, this townhouse is such a unique place to stay in Big Sky you won’t want to leave. The large porch offers beautiful views of the mountains. There’s a community hot tub and sauna available for use just a short walk away. I think spiral stairs are just too cute. Not exactly practical, but they certainly add a little something special to the ambiance. This place is perfect for couples traveling together. The stairs lead up to a master suite loft with a private balcony. The best part though is the 85 kilometers of maintained (so much more enjoyable) cross country ski trails just a small walk from the front door.
Incredible Mountain Views
MORE breathtaking mountain views of course! You’re going to love this unique place to stay in Big Sky! From the huge custom-made balcony, you can see Lone Peak and the Spanish Peaks wilderness. You’ll love this one… there is ski access via the Cascade and White Otter lifts.
Included in nearly 5,000 square feet!!!!? are 5 bedrooms—two kings, two queens, and one bunk room with two twins and two doubles—all with ceiling fans, sleeping 12. The two luxurious primary suites are furnished with gas fireplaces, walk-in showers, and closets.
Giant Party Barn
Happy Trails is the ULTIMATE party house. I’m obsessed. Do you see that giant wrap-around porch?! It has the best setup for a massive ski trip meetup, family gatherings, event venues, and anyone who knows where the phrase “party time excellent” came from. There’s a main house and a guest house. Mainhouse includes
- 20ft main room fireplace with wall to wall windows
- 3 bedrooms with private fireplace & seating area
Now… the 3,000 sqft heated barn.
The 7th bedroom is attached to the barn with a private half bath. But of course, that’s not all. Just outside there’s a giant campfire hang-out space with lounge seats for making s’more. PS don’t forget the peanut butter for them! You’re welcome.
- Art Gallery
- 24 ft Stage Area
- 18 ft Saloon Bar with Kegerator
- Pool Table
- Ping Pong
- Lounge/TV area
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More Unique Places to Stay in Big Sky
The adventure lovers will adore this tipi in Big Sky! The 19’ tipi has a wood floor, with a full-size bed, a comfy basket chair, and a night table. But there’s more. On-site you’ll have an electric full camp kitchen with a wood floor covered by a screened-in tent. There is also a campfire pit to the side with lounge chairs and an umbrella. Don’t worry about doing your business in the woods -there’s a compostable toilet and a hot water sink & shower. Or, just jump in the river! Nearby is a KOA, and just 6 miles down the road are the hot springs.
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The Family Resort
Located in Gallatin Gateway, Rainbow Ranch Lodge is in a rural area and on a river. Big Sky Resort and Big Sky Golf Course are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area’s natural beauty can explore Gallatin National Forest and Big Sky Community Park. Discover the area’s water adventures with kayaking and rafting nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with rock climbing and hiking/biking trails. An outdoor pool, a restaurant, and a bar/lounge are available at this smoke-free hotel. Free continental breakfast, free WiFi in public areas.
The Mountain Village
If you’re looking for unique places to stay in Big Sky this Elkhorn Penthouse is great. It’s centrally located so you’re close to Big Sky Resort, trails, and ski lifts while still getting to enjoy the peace and comfort of the mountain wilderness. The Town Center is a quick 12-minutes down the mountain and a 15-minute walk to restaurants Montana Jack and Cabin Bar & Grill.
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This luxury home is conveniently located in Meadow Village. Just outside the house are endless trails for hiking or snowshoeing. For those of you that like golfing (I’ll never understand why) the Big Sky Resort Public Golf Course is open all summer long and Nordic Ski Trails all winter. The luxury home is only a few minutes away from the best eateries in Big Sky. You can’t miss Yellowstone National Park when you’re only a 45-minute drive away! 45-minute drive to the West Yellowstone entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
The sophisticated villa is situated on an overlook, giving every single room panoramic views of Big Sky and Gallatin mountain. views from several vantage points in this peaceful and private suite. The villa is centrally located in the Moonlight Basin area of Big Sky and you can ski directly from the front door down to the Six-Shooter Lift. If you’re visiting in the summer, you can hike Moonlight Basin and more Big Sky trails.