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Three Tumbleweed THOWs Touring the East Coast!

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This is an announcement for an exciting opportunity for East Coasters (or anyone who wants to drive that direction) to stay in one of three Tumbleweed Tiny Houses that are stopping in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia this summer and fall.

It’s all part of the Jellystone Park Tiny House RV Tour: Starting this weekend (May 20) at the Jellystone Park in Gardiner, NY, three Yogi-Bear-themed tiny homes will be travelling to four Jellystone Park Camping Resorts and will remain open to vacation in while parked.

The Cindy Bear, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Bear tiny houses each represent their “characters” and offer plenty of amenities for a wonderful summer vacation. Check out the tour schedule and locations here, and then book your stay online! We’ll be featuring each of the three homes today and tomorrow.

Related: Siesta Key Beach THOW by Modern Tiny Living

Three Tumbleweed THOWs Touring the East Coast!


Your tiny home rental includes access to the Water Zone pools and interactive Splash Pad, Mini-Golf, use of the Jumping Pillow, Hourly Activities, Horseshoes, Volleyball Court, Basketball, Shuffleboard, and Playgrounds.

Linens will be provided, but please bring: paper towels, personal necessities, towels (for bathing, the pool and kitchen towels), dish soap, outdoor grill utensils and food. Smoking is prohibited. Maximum occupancy is 5 people.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • May 18, 2017, 2:03 pm

    Nice looking tiny houses. Seems to me that there is no difference between Cindy Bear and Yogi bear tiny homes other than the colors.

    • James D.
      May 19, 2017, 10:17 pm

      While Tumbleweed does do custom models, most people seem to get their default model designs with just limited custom variations… Probably because of the added costs any significant customization would entail…

      It’s usually the owners who bought the plans and built it themselves that show any significant deviation from the default plans…

      Mind, a rental property business is probably more interested in having multiple rooms/houses to rent than spending much on making each of them look unique… Especially, as it allow multiple customers to rent essentially the same house at the same time… And the classic Tiny House designs like Tumbleweed tends to make are usually the most popular…

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