Recently, we met up with Alan, a DIY tiny house RV owner. He parked on a beautiful wooded piece of land, located in a rural neighborhood outside of a Colorado mountain town.
With more and more people going tiny, the need for parking is at an all-time high. The desire for tiny house community parking is on the rise too. Across the nation, more than a dozen cities have become officially tiny-friendly, and communities of tiny houses are cropping up, of varying legal status.
For anyone looking to leap into tiny house living, the age-old question is always, “where can I park?” The uncertainty, even anxiety, around this topic keeps a multitude of would-be tiny dwellers from pursuing the idea any further. The truth is there are more options available than most realize.