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One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when wanting to live in a tiny house is that they don’t secure a place to put it.

If you want a long-term, reliable, comfortable, secure home, the best way to get that is to own a home along with the property it sits on, right?

So let’s talk about these issues below, and then I want to know what your thoughts are in the comments below. Thanks!

The Importance of Land Ownership for Your Tiny Home

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This is a super exciting two-fold announcement!

First, we want to tell you about the Cedar Springs Tiny Village in Ohio that’s opening this summer. Second, we want to invite you to purchase tickets for “The Big Tiny Bash” which is the grand opening for the tiny house community on August 5.

Located on a lake in New Paris, Ohio (1.5 hours from Cincinnati, Columbus, and Indianapolis, and only 40 minutes from Dayton), the village will have 30 lots available to customers of Modern Tiny Living, a tiny house building company.

The company’s builds are gorgeous (did you see the Kokosing?), so if you are looking for both a great tiny house AND a place to park, consider attending the grand opening event. More details available below the pictures.

Enjoy!

Related: Mohican Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living

Cedar Springs Tiny Village: The Big Tiny Bash, OH

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This is Tiny House Land for Rent at Kraay’s Market Garden in Idaho. It’s listed at Try It Tiny, a website that posts listings of land to rent for tiny home owners.

We own 17 acres, formerly an equestrian facility, but we started Kraay’s Market Garden in 2015. We have 3 commercial size greenhouses, along with many outside raised beds. It is in a beautiful location at the south end of the Wood River Valley, which is a recreationist’s heaven and just minutes away from Silver Creek, which is a world class fly fishing area. We have stunning views, along with amazing sunrises and sunsets. We do not have on site septic hookups, but have a local service that can come as needed. Water and electricity is available. If you are interested about learning and helping in the gardens, there is a possibility for work in exchange for rent. $200/month.

Interested in renting it? Sign up for a free account on Try It Tiny and get in touch with the owners.

Related: Rural Central Wisconsin Tiny House Lot For Rent

Tiny House Land for Rent at Kraay’s Market Garden, ID

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Here’s a listing of land for rent in a Farm Tiny House Community in Tennessee on Try It Tiny, a website that connects tiny homeowners with landowners willing to rent their land.

Be sure to sign up for an account if you need a place to park your tiny and browse for free! This quaint location includes two developed spots:

One site is creek side with a large open area with a fire pit and frog pond situated adjacent to the willow tree and spring house. It is currently occupied and has potable water hookup during three seasons and electric. They have a compost toilet. This site may be coming available in March. It currently rents for $200/month. The other is a full hook up site. Water, sewer & electric. It is more easily accessible with gravel drive, parking area and gravel site. It rents for $300/month plus utilities. It is available March 1st. There may be other possibilities for parking with no hook ups.

See some pictures below and go to Try It Tiny to rent it!

Farm Tiny House Community in Tennessee: $300/Month

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Last week we shared Tiny House Finder with you, but today we want to share Try It Tiny, a new website specially designed for those wanting to rent a tiny house or land to put one on!

The site allows “Hosts” to sign up and share the tiny house they have for rent, or land they are willing to share with a tiny home. “Guests” can then rent the home or land after creating an account.

Unlike most Airbnb tiny houses for rent, those on Try It Tiny can be long-term rentals (although you only rent for 90 days at a time, and renew every 3 months).

This is a resource I think we’ve all been waiting for! Check out one of the homes for rent below.

Try It Tiny: Rent Tiny Homes and Land On This New Site!

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Looking for a year-round place to park your tiny house? Lake Pleasant RV Park in Beaver, Washington has 12 tiny house lots for rent.

The lot rent is $235.00 a month and includes sewer and water. You pay your own garbage and electricity. There are laundry facilities on site and small dogs are allowed. The lot sizes are between 40′ and 50′ to 100′ and only allow homes that are manufactured in the late 90’s and newer. There are a total of 40 lots.

Great option for those wanting to go tiny!

Related: Rural Colorado Tiny House Lot for Rent

Lake Pleasant RV Park in Beaver, WA Welcomes Tiny Homes

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This is the Lomax Tiny House Community in San Pierre, Indiana. Buy your own land and live with 14 other tiny house enthusiasts:

There are 15 lots for sale starting at $16,500 to $ 28,500 for a 1/4 acre parcel. Financing is available to qualified buyers with 15% down at 5.9% APR.

Lomax is a tiny home community in the beautiful woods of northern Indiana, two hours from Chicago. Lomax is nestled on 34 acres, gated for privacy and security. Guests are surrounded by more than 20,000 trees hand planted over the past 25 years, which now presents itself as a forest full of wildlife roaming freely. The Kankakee River provides not only canoeing and kayaking but bird watching and serene waters for fishing. Tiny homes on wheels are allowed, though they must be skirted. See deed restrictions.

Get more details below!

Related: NM Tiny House-Friendly Community, Caballos De Las Estrellas

Lomax Tiny House Community in San Pierre, Indiana

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