Tiny Homes To Spend Your Next Weekend

Tiny Homes To Spend Your Next Weekend

Broadry — Tiny homes are a BIG thing. The little vacation-rentals-on-wheels are gaining popularity with outdoor enthusiasts seeking a unique mini cabin-like campground experience. Guests can book these budget-friendly mini homes like they would any other campsite or glamping accommodation — most range between 175 and 350 square feet and go for around $150/night. 

So, if you’ve ever considered a weekend getaway in a quaint and cozy cabin, here’s some top tiny house campgrounds to consider. From a forested tiny house village in Oregon to gorgeous colorful waterfront cottages on the Florida coastline, there’s an itty bitty home for all types of travelers.

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Leavenworth Tiny House Village

The Leavenworth Tiny Home Village is open year-round to guests. This Bavarian-inspired village has five tiny homes aka “tinies” — each with their own personalities, with names like Bella or Rudolph. Those looking to venture outside their campsite will be surrounded by the beautiful Cascade Mountains and can try activities like hiking, kayaking, and paddle boarding. 

Location: Leavenworth, WA

Where: 2 hours from Seattle

Starting at $129/night

Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

Travelers looking for a tiny home escape in the Pacific Northwest can check out Mt. Hood where they can expect each tiny home to be full of character, ranging from 175 to 260 square feet. There are seven to choose from — the Anderson, Ingrid, Atticus, Lincoln, Zoe, Savannah, and Scarlett. Guests can also head up the mountain to historic Timberline Lodge to enjoy skiing and snowboarding anytime of the year. 

Location: Welches, OR

Where: about an hour east of Portland

Starting at $139/night

Sunshine Key Tiny House Village

The Tiny House Village at Sunshine Key offers a unique way to experience the beauty of the Florida Keys. Located on Ohio Key, guests can pick to stay in one of the five colorful tiny houses right along the water. The village is about 30 miles from Key West and a short drive to Bahia Honda State Park. Each house is full of personality and charm, and makes for the ultimate relaxation destination.

Location: Big Pine Key, FL

Where: about an hour east of Key West

Starting at $250/night

Tuxbury Tiny House Village

The Tuxbury Tiny House Village offers vacationers a unique way to experience New England. A respite from the hustle bustle of everyday life, the tiny house village allows guests to rest up and recharge. The village is an easy 30 minute drive to Salisbury-Hampton beaches, museums, and shopping. The tiny houses at the village are full of character and personality, and range from 180 to 275 square feet.

Location: South Hampton, NH 

Where: about an hour from Boston 

Starting at $135/night

Verde Valley RV Resort

On the Verde River in Arizona, this 300-acre desert oasis is surrounded by the Red Rocks to the north, Mingus Mountains to the west, the Hackberry Mountains to the south and adjacent to the beautiful Alcantara Vineyard. Guests can choose between the Rose tiny house (218 feet) or Finn tiny house (258 feet).

Location: Cottonwood, AZ

Where: 25 miles southwest of Sedona

Starting at $145/night

Natchez Trace Tiny House Village

The Natchez Trace Tiny House Village, about an hour and half drive from Nashville, is the latest tiny home campground prepared to welcome guests this summer. These tinies are all “big” tiny houses at 30 feet long, all coming in at about 350 square feet. The tinies have sustainable elements incorporated throughout, and are all themed around the various styles of music originating from Tennessee. 

Location: Hohenwald, TN

Where: 90 minutes southwest of Nashville

Starting at $145/night

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