5 Ways to Tap into the Tiny House Community

As the Tiny House movement continues to grow, there are more opportunities than ever to get involved and be active with other enthusiasts. Below I’ve listed a few options for you to tap into the Tiny House Community. Feel free to add more ideas in the comments!

1). Join a Meetup group

Did you know there are more than 500 Tiny House Meetup groups across the country? Many of them organize community builds, group discussions, and town hall meetings. Whether you’re interested in meeting like-minded people or making changes to the zoning regulations, joining a local Meetup is a great place to dip your feet in the Tiny House community pool!

2). Join a local Tiny House Community Facebook Group

Like Meetup, Facebook is a fantastic platform to connect with people with similar interests. Search for a local Tiny House Facebook group. Like and comment on the forums, or host an event. I’ve found Facebook groups to be a wonderful place to share inspiration, so don’t be afraid to post photos of your favorite Tiny House RVs!

3). Volunteer

If you are looking to build your own Tiny House RV, try volunteering on community build projects. A good place to start is your local Habitat for Humanity. Not only will you meet new friends, but you’ll also gain some basic construction skills! Make sure to mention your upcoming Tiny House project with the other volunteers; there is a good chance they will want to be a part of it.

4). Attend a Tiny House Event

Whether it’s a Tiny House workshop, conference, open house, or an RV show featuring Tiny House RVs, you’ll meet plenty of eager fans at Tiny House events. It’s a sure thing!

Tiny House Community5). Stay at a Tiny House Hotel

Tiny House Hotels are popping up all over the country (check out our Tiny House Hotel map here). Rent a Tiny House RV at one of these hotels and start a conversation with other guests in the community areas – campfires, hot tubs, bbq areas, swimming pools, etc. You’ll have plenty to talk about, including comparing each other’s Tiny House rentals.

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Do you have ideas for tapping into the Tiny House Community? Share your suggestions in the comments.


Jenna SpesardTumbleweed Tiny Houses Lifestyle Blog built a Tumbleweed in 2014 and traveled with it for one year, clocking over 25,000 miles. She writes about the Tiny House Movement and travel on her blog:  “Tiny House Giant Journey.”

3 Comments

  1. Robert Eugene La Quey April 18, 2017 at 8:20 am - Reply

    I live in the Philippines, At least half of my friends live in tiny houses.That is 50 million people. You guys need to get over your selves,

    We can build a house of bamboo and nipa in a few weeks, It is not a big deal.

    Why are you so focused on the USA?

  2. Dave Parson April 18, 2017 at 9:36 am - Reply

    I have some significant ideas for a tiny house and would love to share – but I’m not on Facebook or Twitter.

  3. Geoffrey Nielson May 17, 2017 at 2:58 am - Reply

    Why all the $$$$$$ and Zoning involved in Tiny Houses in USA?

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