Ariel’s Off-Grid Tiny House RV in Wyoming

Wouldn’t it be nice to travel anywhere with your Tiny House RV without worrying about “plugging-in?” Ariel McGlothin purchased a Tumbleweed 24 Cypress, and she customized her Tiny House RV to be completely off-grid, even in the cold winter climate of mountainous Wyoming.

“The propane heater built into my RV does an excellent job of providing steady, even and comfortable heat,” Ariel explains. “The only thing I would prefer comfort wise is a heated floor as my feet have always tended to be cold, but I chose not to go with that due the the power use and knowing that (my Tiny House RV) would be off-grid.”

Ariel chose the 24 foot Cypress model, and her layout was customized to have a large kitchen for cooking meals from scratch. Some other customizations include: converting her closet into a pantry and adding a double sink and extending her kitchen counter.

“I use my oven and all four burners,” Ariel explains. “So it (the full range appliance) is absolutely worth the space for me.”