A couple of months ago, we announced that Mt. Hood RV Resort had ordered FIVE Tumbleweeds to create a Tiny House Village (original article). The idea behind the village is that you can rent a Tiny House RV to “try on tiny.” We’re happy to report that all five Tumbleweeds have been built and delivered. Mt. Hood Tiny House Village is gearing up for their GRAND OPENING!
Each Tumbleweed built for Mt. Hood Tiny House Village has a different look and personality, custom designed to provide diversity in these tiny accommodations. All five Tiny House RVs are fully insulated with upstairs and downstairs sleeping spaces, kitchenettes, bathrooms and all the creature comforts of home.
“Scarlett‘s” kitchen features a deep sink, cooktop, refrigerator and freezer.
The park has chosen to place the five Tiny House RVs together, but with adequate separation. This configuration will promote social activity but maintain privacy for the guests.
All five Tumbleweeds have arrived! The beginnings of a very special Tiny House Village!
It would be easy to rent all five tinies for social events, such as: family reunions, a friend’s getaway, work retreats, or even a Tiny House enthusiasts meet up! You can also rent them out individually and socialize in the common area with the other Tiny House Village renters.
The village is now taking reservations for the tiny rentals, but they are booking up fast! Check availability for your favorite tiny at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village, here.
Since the arrival of all five Tumbleweeds, Mt. Hood RV Resort has been busy decorating and furnishing them for the Grand Opening. Check out “Zoe,” pictured above, a country themed Tumbleweed Cypress with a gorgeous view!
Speaking of the Grand Opening….
You want to see the inside, right? As promised, Mt. Hood is hosting a Grand Opening for their Tiny House Village. This is your only chance to tour all five Tiny House RVs at the same time! The free event is being held at the village on May 20th, from 5-8pm and will feature guest speakers, a Q&A with Tumbleweed, live music and snacks. More information and how to RSVP listed on the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village website.
After the event, we’ll update you with information and pictures of the decorated and furnished Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. Stay tuned for the next blog post!
*All photos credited to Mt. Hood Tiny House Village
Jenna Spesard is currently traveling around North America in a DIY Tumbleweed Cypress with her partner, Guillaume. They are photographing and writing about Tiny Homes and their adventure. Follow her informative blog.