My sister’s backyard was a kind of communal living space. Watching my nephews, Charlie and Luke, play from our tiny house windows was such a treat. They loved visiting us. It was a daily adventure for them. Luke frequently swept the snow off our steps and porch. He was so sweet!
During the day, we would go into the big house to help out or chill. Regularly, we shared meals. In addition to contributing to utility bills, we helped with childcare and chores, like shoveling snow. It was rewarding to help each other and to grow closer bonds with my family.
My sister’s backyard is pretty ideal for tiny house parking. It conveniently features a level gravel pad. Though, there are no RV hook-ups. Fortunately, we can run our entire house off 15 amps. So the available standard outlet met our needs.
When considering backyard parking for your tiny house RV, it’s essential to know your needs. For more on how to determine these, read this post.