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They Stayed At The Tiny Houses At Tiny Camp In Sedona, Arizona


This is the story of how they stayed at the tiny houses at Tiny Camp in Sedona, Arizona.

Hayden Noelle and Raz Loback of @thetinyhousechronicles went to visit the tiny homes for themselves and they released the video below of their experience shown below. Check it out!

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Staying In A Tiny House With A Yoga Deck in Sedona, Arizona

This is the Grow Tiny House at Tiny Camp in Sedona, Arizona.

It features a kitchen, loft, bathroom, living area, and views. The perfect tiny house getaway!

There’s a large deck outside with a firepit.

And enough space to be cozy inside, too.

There’s more than one tiny house available on the property, with apparently even more in the works!

VIDEO – Tiny House Chronicles Goes To Tiny Camp in Sedona, AZ

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  • Avatar Eric
    February 2, 2021, 2:43 pm

    I really don’t wish to post a negative, but to me that ground looks as unstable as anything. Boulders, loose dirt etc. And people are building there? Good grief!

    • Avatar James D.
      February 3, 2021, 1:05 am

      It’s actually pretty stable, besides, there’s whole portions of the country with ground like that, look up images of Arizona for an idea what’s normal there, but people can build just about anywhere from deserts to rain forests. It’s more about where you want to live, as everything else can be adapted to and when having a location you want to be part of nature then less is done to change the appearance of the terrain but those foundations are as solid as anywhere else…

      • Avatar Eric
        February 3, 2021, 4:20 pm

        Still looks unstable to me, so I called a friend who is a geotechnologist and asked him his thoughts. He too thought it was unstable. One earthquake could set it off. However, he did stress that it could happen tomorrow but was probably a one in a thousand years event. Still…

        • Avatar James D.
          February 3, 2021, 6:13 pm

          Uh, no… This is Arizona, while earthquakes in Arizona do not occur as frequently as they do in neighboring California, Nevada and Utah, but there’s still hundreds of earthquakes each year in Arizona, and that’s just the quakes that originate in Arizona but they can also get some from California, Utah, and Mexico, too… Over the Arizona Seismic Belt there’s been multiple events above M3.0 with an M5.0 occurring nearly every 10 years or so…

          Mind, this property isn’t new, it’s been through its share of quakes, and the present TinyCamp has been there for a few years now… To get a better idea of the landscape, many of those towering rocky formations shown in so many American westerns, Yuma, etc. is also in Arizona and many of those areas have been repeatedly filmed over the past century with little change… Though, the 2003 Hulk film did do some damage there to some of those centuries old rock formations, at least on screen ;-p

          Not to say a bad quake can’t be dangerous there but the terrain is not just going to crumble and it’s more a concern about the buildings themselves and how the seasonal monsoon storms can effect the soil and the high clay content in some areas can cause expansion and collapsing soil conditions, which can be bad for foundations over time but people have been living there for well over a century and have adapted…

          Seriously, you want something that looks like it should be unstable then check out the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which is also in Sedona, Arizona… and then realize it’s been there since 1957…

  • Avatar Bob H.
    February 3, 2021, 6:24 am

    The house would be a nice place to spend a weekend or vacation,however that deck area is fantastic.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      February 3, 2021, 3:15 pm

      Sometimes a deck makes everything better!

  • Avatar Lily Roberts
    February 6, 2021, 4:55 am

    The house looks nice, what we saw of it. But the video was mostly of the girl posing for the camera. Could have done without that.

    • Avatar El
      February 21, 2021, 6:10 pm

      lily Robert’s, totally said my thoughts..
      Video was to fast Except when on the girl. I wanted to see the Tiny House!!
      I love the Sedona area and Tiny Houses.
      I had no idea they had a Tiny Village.
      I need to check the area more in depth for Tiny Homes I guess.

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