Are you a Tiny House dreamer located on the east coast? If so, mark your calendars for this extra-special Tiny House road trip tour, featuring two Tumbleweed Tiny House RVs! The road trip officially kicked off this past weekend at the New York Auto Show, but don’t worry if you missed the first stop. There will be more chances to tour these tinies throughout the summer.

“Everyone has been really excited to tour a Tiny House RV at the New York Auto Show.” Annie Colletti, from Thousand Trails, told us. “Most had never been inside one  before.”

Tiny House road trip

The two Tumbleweeds embarking on the Tiny House road trip tour are named Henry and Clara. Below is a little information about their designs.


Henry is a Tumbleweed Linden (an archived design). He features cedar siding, a full porch, and a dark metal roof. His aesthetic is sleek and contemporary. His big brother, “Atticus,” is located at the Tiny House Hotel in Welches, Oregon. You can clearly see the resemblance!


Clara is a Tumbleweed Elm. Her siding has been painted a beautiful blue. She features a full porch, as well as a sleek silver metal roof. She resembles her big sisters: “Zoe” and “Rose,” two Tumbleweeds already available for rent in Welches, Oregon, and Valley Verde, Arizona, respectively. Click here for more Tiny House Hotel locations.

Tiny House Road trip

The Next Stop on Henry and Clara’s Tiny House Road trip:

Henry and Clara have packed their bags and started making their way to the next destination. If you’d like to tour these tinies, come to their open house event at Circle M Campground in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, May 20, from 10am – 6pm and Sunday, May 21, from 12pm – 4pm.

*Check out the Petite Retreats website page and the Petite Retreats Facebook page for updates and upcoming stops along Henry and Clara’s Tiny House Road trip tour.*

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.”