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Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York


Why stay in a typical cabin when you could have a unique stay in the Pachinko Cabin? This bespoke off-grid wonder sits on 20 acres of land and has no running water or electricity, but provides an experience unlike any other.

There’s a hand-crank Victrola, wood-burning stove for heating and cooking, and 5-10 gallons of water for drinking and washing. An outhouse is nearby, and during the warmer months there’s a shower house too. Climb the Lapeyre stairs into the bedroom, which features standing-height ceilings and a full-sized bed.

Enjoy the photo tour below and book your stay at Airbnb.

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Get Back to Nature in the Pachinko Cabin!

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

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Dutch chair in the corner and stairs to the second floor.

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Cook over the wood-burning stove, or stay warm there.

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

The bay window offers lovely forest views.

3Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Lots of light in the loft.

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Sleep well on the full-sized bed.

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Isn’t the exterior design so fun?

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

It almost looks like it’s leaning over, but it’s not!

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Outhouse sits 200 yards away from the cabin.

Funky Pachinko Cabin: Off-Grid Camping Alternative Upstate New York

Images via John/Airbnb

Highlights:

  • Full size bed upstairs
  • Standing room in loft
  • Hand-crank victrola
  • Wood-burning stove for heating and cooking
  • Weber grill outside for cooking
  • Outhouse nearby
  • Shower cabin available in summer months only
  • 5-10 gallons of water for washing/drinking
  • Sits on 20 acres
  • 15 minutes from Hudson, New York

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Natalie C. McKee

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Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Ann
    September 9, 2020, 1:51 pm

    Cool, interesting cabin. Not a fan of outdoor toilets at night. Looks very spacious on the inside.

  • Avatar Sheila
    September 9, 2020, 5:42 pm

    This is very cool. Outhouse to far.

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