This is a lakefront shed turned vacationvilla out of Kissimmee, Florida (near Orlando).
It comes with an outdoor BBQ grill. Inside, you’ll find a bathroom, mirror, kitchenette, and your daybed. Starts at $55/night and you can book on Airbnb. See more info below. What do you think? Pretty cool what you can do even with just a shed as a base, right?
This is to let you know about the new Delta Bay Tiny House Village in Northern California. It’s located about 31 miles from Concord/Walnut Creek and less than an hour away from Berkeley and downtown Sacramento.
It’s a 12-acre tiny house-friendly RV park and Tiny House Resort right on the San Joaquin River. Amenities include a pool, tennis courts, a marina for fishing and boating, and a dog park.
Monthly site fees start at just under $700 a month. You can buy a tiny house from ESCAPE and live in the area yourself and/or you can rent out your tiny house using Airbnb. There are already a few ESCAPE tiny homes in the park! If you’re interested in getting your own tiny house to live at this park, just fill out the form at the bottom of this page and someone from ESCAPE will be in touch to help get you started. If you already have a tiny home, you can contact Delta Bay directly and check out their rates here.
LEGAL Tiny House Community in Northern California: Delta Bay Tiny House Village
Question: Should I be considering RVIA certified tiny houses?
Answer: Although you can always build a tiny house on wheels without an RVIA certification right now I’m showing you why you should seriously consider saying ‘yes’ to RVIA certified tiny houses.
If you ever want to be able to park and live in your tiny home in an RV park in the future you’ll want to have this certification to make sure you have as many options as possible when it comes to living in your tiny home. Some RV parks and campgrounds will NOT allow your tiny house on wheels on their property if it is not RVIA certified while others will.
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