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Tiny House Village at Mt. Hood Village RV Resort


This is an announcement for an upcoming tiny house village at Mt. Hood Village RV Resort. The resort purchased five Tumbleweed Tiny Houses to outfit their village.

You can see a preview of the tiny houses below. Rates start at $124 per night on weeknights, $129 per night on weekends and $139 per night on holidays. You’ll get to explore 5 tiny houses that will be part of the village. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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Tour 5 Tiny Houses at the Upcoming Mt. Hood Tiny House Village

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This is a 178 sq. ft. Atticus Tiny House.

From the outside, you’ll notice pine siding, metal roofing, and a small dormer and deck area.

When you go inside, you’ll find a ground level bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen as well as a loft bedroom.

1. 178 Sq. Ft. Atticus Tiny House

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This is a 261 sq. ft. Lincoln Tiny House.

From the outside, you’ll notice maroon metal roof and window trim, pine siding and a small front step.

When you go inside, you’ll find an l-shaped kitchen, couch cubbie, bathroom and ground-level bedroom for two. Upstairs there is a loft bedroom.

2. 261 Sq. Ft. Lincoln Tiny House

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This is a 196 sq. ft. Zoe tiny house.

From the outside, you’ll notice grey-blue siding, light grey metal roofing and a small porch step.

When you go inside, you’ll find a great room, kitchen, ground-level bedroom and bathroom, as well as a loft bedroom accessible via a storage ladder.

3. 196 Sq. Ft. Zoe Tiny House

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This is a 175 sq. ft. Savannah tiny house.

From the outside, you’ll notice yellow clapboards, red shutters, a charcoal grey metal roof and skylight.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen cubbie, great room, downstairs twin bedroom and bathroom, as well as a loft bedroom.

4. 175 Sq. Ft. Savannah Tiny House

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This is a 233 sq. ft. Scarlett Tiny House.

From the outside, you’ll notice cranberry red siding, grey metal roofing, and white trim with a small front porch.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen, great room, ground-level bedroom and bathroom as well as two more loft bedrooms.

5. 233 Sq. Ft. Scarlett Tiny House

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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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  • March 24, 2016, 6:30 pm

    I’m in the process of developing a 75 acre track of land in East Tn. for Tiny Houses and RV’s. If you could put the word out for us I would appreciate it. Right now you can pick out the place you want and the size of acreage you would like. This will be a rural development. With easy access. There will be On and Off Grid properties
    Ron Mann
    Broker/Owner
    webste http://www.ronaldmann.com
    Offce 423-586-3100
    Home 423-733-4173
    Cell 865-567-5780

  • Avatar Nancy
    March 25, 2016, 7:32 am

    Thanks for posting this Alex. This could be a great way to go on vacation and see if you can really deal with living in a tiny house. When I first became interested in tiny house living I was convinced I could do it. After touring 2 tiny houses I’ve decided they are just too small for me. I could deal with living in 500 – 650 sq ft though, so small it is.
    Would love to see pictures once the homes are placed on site.

  • Avatar Allen
    March 25, 2016, 12:10 pm

    Would agree with Eve a bit, doesn’t seem to fit in with the idea of affordable tiny house living, they are very nice but those prices nightly seem pretty darn high. The whole idea of tiny living is affordability and getting by with less.

  • Avatar Sparrow
    March 25, 2016, 2:17 pm

    Yeesh, I can stay at a Disney World value resort for less.

  • Avatar alice h
    March 25, 2016, 3:05 pm

    There is no single tiny house concept encapsulated as “the” movement. For some it’s an aesthetic exercise, for others economic and as many variations as there are people with ideas. Living simply and affordably can be done with or without a tiny house, just as tiny house living can involve a large or small outlay of money. If there are people willing to pay to stay in a tiny house for one night or more that’s just as legitimate as having a huge hotel, motel or resort and won’t result in the total collapse of somebody else’s tiny house dreams . If some people want a very expensive high end version with a crazy design that works for them, so be it. If someone else wants a very basic rustic version that’s good too as long as it works for them. If someone can make a living renting or building tiny houses more power to them. It won’t interfere with people who build their own and may even help by providing ideas.

  • March 26, 2016, 7:32 pm

    I love the setup of these adorable tiny houses to rent for vacations. I just love the woodwork and the L-shape kitchen! I have to agree with a previous comment, that you should try renting out one of these tiny homes to see if you could live in one before you commit yourself.

  • Avatar Misty
    March 26, 2016, 10:37 pm

    I agree, “living tiny” covers many ideas. Probably, few agree with everything. I have seen pics of tiny homes on other sites that seem very pricey and finely worked-more show piece than home or get-away. There are nice ideas above to test drive living tiny, otherwise a resort or something similar would satisfy me for a vacation.

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