This seems to be the year of the tiny house village. Not only are these locations where tiny house owners can park their home growing, but the locations are getting more beautiful.
Tiny Tranquility is a long-term and rental village on the Oregon Coast.
Photos courtesy of Tiny Tranquility
Open for less than a year, Tiny Tranquility is located on the amazing Oregon Coast near the town of Waldport. It features 43 total sites for both tiny homes and vintage trailers. The village was developed to cater to people who want to live in their tiny homes on a longer term basis or want to park their tiny home for longer periods while renting them out. The village also has spaces for vintage (pre-1980) trailers for living or renting.
The village has 43 sites for tiny houses and vintage trailers.
The sites include water, 50 AMP power, sewer hookups and free WiFi. There is parking for one car per site and additional parking and storage is available as well as boat parking. The village also has a 12,000 square foot greenhouse where site renters can have extra garden space.
The Doug Fir Lodge is a communal and entertaining space.
To encourage community and for extra entertaining space, Tiny Tranquility also has the Doug Fir Lodge. This 2,400 square foot space has a lounge with flat screen TV, seating areas, wood stove, and ping pong and pool tables. The outside area has seating, grill and fire pit.
Several tiny homes (like the Driftwood) are available for nightly stays.
Several vintage trailers are also available for rent.
The trailers include luxurious beds and small kitchens.
Along with the long-term sites, owner Josh Palmer is also accommodating visitors who want to spend time on the Oregon Coast. There are 10 tiny homes and vintage trailers for nightly rental. They all include full sleeping and bathroom areas and kitchenettes.
Tiny Tranquility has extra storage space, parking sites, and a greenhouse.
The village is only a five minute walk from the beaches of the Pacific Ocean. The village also has a dog park and a nature path through the six acre property. Palmer also mentions that the new village currently has tiny house owners from all over the country including New England, West Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Colorado, Washington and California.