This week we’re spotlighting “Lincoln,” the most popular Tiny House RV available for rent at the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. Lincoln is a 24-foot Tumbleweed Cypress with a custom interior layout, including sleeping room for five! Read on to learn more about this family-friendly Tumbleweed.
Built in May of 2016 to be used as a rental, Lincoln has welcomed hundreds of guests. The extra large loft features a queen bed and an additional twin bed, making it a fantastic shared bedroom for children. An additional downstairs bedroom is appealing for parents who want a little privacy.
Lincoln’s bathroom includes a flush toilet, full-size shower, and small sink. In the kitchen, guests have access to a small refrigerator, two burner electric cooktop, coffee maker, and large kitchen sink. The living room has a fold-away dining table, couch, and wall-mounted HD television with cable.
Everything your vacation needs in less than 300 square feet!
Over the past decade, Tumbleweed has produced many variations of the Cypress design, but Lincoln’s look is classic and sophisticated. With cedar siding, a hipped roof, and half-porch this Tumbleweed is perfectly proportioned with lovely architectural lines. It’s nostalgic, functional, and it embodies the origin of the movement, which began with the first Tumbleweed being built in 1999.
Lincoln is the most popular Tiny House rental at Mt. Hood Village. Reserving far in advance is a necessity. Guests love the classic look, downstairs sleeping option, and the fact that Lincoln is also pet-friendly! Check out more photos of the Tinies at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village, or book a night stay, by clicking here.
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- Mt. Hood Tiny House Village
Article by Jenna Spesard
Jenna Spesard built a Tumbleweed in 2014 and traveled with it for one year. She clocked over 25,000 miles, and now parks in a Tiny House Village. She writes about the Tiny House Movement on her blog Tiny House Giant Journey.