The tiny house revolution is booming and now tiny home resorts are opening all over the country. One of the newest tiny house resorts in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania’s location is Tiny Estates at Ridge Run campsite.


Great Options for Tiny Home Owners

Ridge Run currently has two houses on the site, but the owners eventually will be able to accommodate up to 100 tiny houses. Due to zoning laws in Lancaster County, owners can live in their home on the site for up to six months. However, the remaining six months they can lease out their home and keep 50 percent of the profits.


Travelers love the concept of Tiny Home Resorts because although the spaces are small, the price is comparable to a hotel that charges approximately $135 per night. However, since each of the tiny homes at the resorts is different, it’s a unique experience at every location. The owners of Ridge Run were operating the new development as a mobile home park with residents living there permanently. They were given permission to operate their tiny resort if it was under the original terms of the campground.


Since campground regulations state that residents can’t live on the site for anymore than 18 days. However, if the owner of the tiny home doesn’t want to lease it out, they have the option of moving it to another site. The owner of Tiny Estates eventually wants to have all the amenities of an established campground, including outdoor attractions, hot tubs, and a store.


Resorts Around the Country

The Mount Hood Tiny House Village at the RV Resort in Portland Oregon, features five unique homes that accommodate between three and five people, have full kitchens, and a dining area. they’re the ideal option for the traveler who wants a wilderness experience with the comforts of home. One of the homes is ideal for dog lovers since it’s pet-friendly.


In Cave Junction, Oregon you can live your dream of staying in a treehouse at the Out’N’About Treesort, adjacent to Siskiyou National Forest. The resort features 15 different treehouses with prices that start at $130 per night. Horseback riding, ziplining, and white water rafting are among the activities at this resort in the beautiful Oregon wilderness.


The Fireside Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming offers charming, 400 square foot cabins in proximity to Grand Teton National Park and downtown Jackson. The cabins feature one bedroom, a living room with a hide-a-bed, kitchen, and a covered deck with spectacular views. One of the best features of the cbins is the amount of glass used in the construction which gives the illusion of more space.