Tiny House Communities
In keeping with the area’s rustic feel, these tiny homes are built with knotty wood pine floors, walls, and ceilings.
A common building in the village features a living room, kitchen, dining room, and bathrooms.
Bernalillo County, New Mexico
These are located in the mountains surrounding San Diego, right on the famed Pacific Crest Trail.
San Diego, California
Ohio’s first tiny house village has 30 lots where you can park your tiny home!
Cedar Springs, Ohio
If you’ve ever dreamed of living in a tiny home deep in the woods, Canoe Bay Escape Village in Wisconsin may be for you.
Canoe Bay, Wisconsin
Established in 2015, the village has more than 250 residents and features a market, movie theater, organic farm, laundry facilities, and walking trails.
This RV park, which dates back to the 1950s, was recently revamped to include 40 tiny houses on wheels.
Located near California’s Sequoia National Park, you can park your tiny home on the property for as little as $450 a month.
Lemon Cove, California
Many communities have found these to be a great option for those who may not otherwise be financially able to own their own home.
In the face of a shrinking population, the small North Texas town of Spur decided to “spur” growth by proclaiming itself the “first tiny house-friendly town.”
The resort’s 22 tiny houses are available for nightly rates, range in size from 165 to 400 square feet, and sleep up to five.
You’ll find high-end features in these homes, including hardwood floors, large decks, full-size appliances, and solid countertops in the kitchen.
Greer, South Carolina
The mid-century modern tiny houses of Palm Canyon Mobile Club offer elegant style at a more affordable price than many other homes in the area.
Palm Springs, California
These high-end tiny houses are located on an RV resort that sits on one of Lake Michigan’s bays.
There’s a community clubhouse and bathhouse along with tennis courts and volleyball courts.