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400-sq.-ft. Park Model Tiny Home Built Like A Cabin


This is the Escape Classic Park Model. It’s a 400-sq.-ft. park model home that looks and feels like a beautiful cabin.

It’s the CLASSIC model from ESCAPE and it’s available to buy and/or vacation in at Canoe Bay. Learn more below.

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400-sq.-ft. CLASSIC Park Model That’s Built Like A Cabin

Canoe Bay® hotel is a 300-acre country estate with three private, spring-fed lakes, located in northwestern Wisconsin, off of U.S. Hwy. 53, just outside the town of Chetek.

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  • Avatar Carol
    January 4, 2020, 11:17 am

    Love the layout, kitchen pantry, screened in porch, and that the house is in the woods.
    Just like in our home, I would have put in an apartment size stove and frig and use that extra space for the pantry. I do canning and make homemade breads/pasta. It needs a movevable island/kitchen table for me to work on.
    And it needs a bathtub.

  • January 4, 2020, 7:25 pm

    Yep.. That is the one! Love this layout and the porch. Great shower and attractive from the outside.

  • January 4, 2020, 7:28 pm

    I want to move in tomorrow. Carol and I have the same request in the bathtub however it looks like one could fit in. Wonder what the cost is.

  • Avatar MareM
    January 4, 2020, 7:31 pm

    I’ve been in this model, and I must say it was very comfortable and livable, besides aesthetically pleasing. I agree with Carol that an apartment-size stove and refrigerator would have been a better option.

  • Avatar Kurt
    January 4, 2020, 10:32 pm

    Woot! No drywall! I love it.

  • Avatar Eric
    January 5, 2020, 4:55 am

    So, where did the extra 8 sq feet come in?

    For those out of the loop see: https://tinyhousetalk.com/392-sq-ft-escape-cabin/

    • Avatar James D.
      January 7, 2020, 1:03 am

      This one is a 6″ inches longer… 14′ x 28’=392 but 14′ x 28′ 6″ = 399 or 400…

      Park models just have to be 400 Sq Ft or less and that’s based on the interior living space. So they can leverage things like the porch before needing to change things like the trailer chassis to allow for more significant changes…

      • Avatar Eric
        January 17, 2020, 11:14 pm

        Ah, didn’t realise that it had been changed. Was totally aware of the 400 sq ft rule. Now, when is the US going to catch up with the rest of the world and metricate? So much easier to use and measure. Yeah, yeah, I know, never going to happen… 🤐

  • Avatar Linda Baker
    January 5, 2020, 8:58 pm

    summer in a 4o’ park model with two large slide outs and love it – the apartment size stove would be fine but a full size refrigerator is a must since I don’t want to run to the store ( half an hr away) all the time. I have neutral walls (not wood) and find it much easier to hang pictures so dry wall would be fine for me – we have a hide a bed couch in the lr for when company comes or when one of us can’t sleep/sick/snoring so that works for us

  • Avatar Kathy Handyside
    January 13, 2020, 1:45 pm

    $114,000 is way out of my price range. I thought the idea of tiny houses was so people could finally afford housing and be free of horrible mortgages, but it seems the tiny house movement has jumped on the greed bandwagon. I guess I’ll just be homeless. Every single time an idea comes forth that can truly help people, it is gradually evolves into something that the people can’t afford.

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