7 Ways to Enjoy a Tiny House Vacation

Suppose you are on the verge of a decision to downsize, but still have some doubts. What you need is a test, an opportunity to rent a place and see if you’re truly made for living a tiny homeowner’s life. But where to find such a place to rent?

The answer may surprise you—tiny house vacation is easier than you think.

Mount Hood Tiny House Village, Near Portland, Oregon

Mount Hood Tiny House Village is accountable for opening 13 different Tiny House resort hotels all around the country. Accommodation sizes range from 80 to about 300 square feet on average, hosting one to six persons.

One of their villages, an RV resort, is located near Mt. Hood National Forest, southeast of Portland, Oregon. It offers five different kinds of trailer homes, from 175 to 260 square feet.

Each home features a typical layout and set of amenities, with plenty of small space storage.

Getaway Tiny Cabin Escapes

The area of New England town is not new to the concept of log cabins. Summer cabin rentals were a favorite pastime in the rural county. Nowadays, the old vacation model has been revoked in the form of tiny houses. Privacy is a big deal here, and the exact location is not revealed before booking.

Caravan Tiny House Hotel, Portland, Oregon

Tiny House Hotel Caravan is America’s first hotel of a kind. It’s located in a lively area in Portland, Oregon, renowned for its dining offer. Guests can enjoy the full experience of the tiny house vacation in six custom-built tiny houses on wheels of up to 170 square feet.

Treebones Resort, Big Sur, California

Treebones Resort is focused on offering glamping as a way of reconnecting with nature. Here you have the opportunity to rent a yurt, which is the original tiny house on wheels. It comes with a queen-size bed, electric lighting, and a deck with either an ocean or mountain view.

Auto Camp, California

If you wonder how mid-century campers felt in a vintage Airstream, try Auto Camp in Santa Barbara, California. This place is in the RV campsite business since 1922, and the only modern difference is that their accommodations are remodeled using eco-friendly materials.

Besides typical amenities, you’ll also find a luxurious pillow-top mattress, a deep soaker tub, flat-screen TV, and a sound system with MP3 input.

Fireside Resort, Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is renowned as both a luxury summer and winter ski cabin resort. The luxury tiny houses here feature a fully equipped kitchen with a gas fireplace. Other amenities include a propane grill and the king-size Tempur-Pedic in the bedroom. Caboose cabins are a bit larger and can accommodate up to six guests.

Hatteras Park Campground, North Carolina Outer Banks

To put together an island escape and a tiny house vacation, choose colorful cottages on Hatteras Island, on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Each house can accommodate four people and features a kitchen. Other amenities are shared. It’s a pet-friendly settlement in the heart of wild, coastal nature.

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