Natural Log Rv’s

Natural Log Rv’s are an alternative for our Canadian neighbors who are interested in owning a Tumbleweed or Tortoise Shell Home but can’t afford to have them shipped to Eastern Canada. Built in Ford Bank, New Brunswick, Canada by Ron Hessel, the Natural Log Rv’s are pioneering in the field of Log Rv’s. These units are designed to be used year round, with fully equipped kitchens, cooking facilities, sleeping quarters, full cathedral ceilings exposed hand crafted beam work, wood fire places, power independence and much more…. lr-out-4 Sitting on steel trailers, these units are four season friendly, and require no extra taxes when parked on any property. Imagine a portable unit increasing in value instead of decreasing…  Everything changes when you step into the world of portable log cabins! They have two models to choose from, “The Beak Away” and “The Stay Away.” My favorite is “The Stay Away” which you can see a few pictures of here. I contacted Natural Log Homes and they are very busy building full size homes and lodges at the moment but promised to get back to me in the near future to give me more information on pricing etc. They also make a mobile cabin which would also work if you have a piece of land to park it on. If you are interested in one of these go to the Natural Log Homes

web site and contact them for complete details. lr-in-2 lrs-in-stove lr-out-3 If you enjoyed this post, subscribe to our feed

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Shelley - July 15, 2008 Reply

These are so nice – I love the interior!

Carol - July 16, 2008 Reply

Love them and that they are made here in Canada. To bad they won’t be producing them until 2009. But there is always time.

trumpetlily - July 22, 2008 Reply

these must weigh a lot more than a reg rv right?…but…who cares, they are awesome!…

    Gwen Bartzen - July 28, 2014 Reply

    Yeah I’m guessing you would not be pulling that with a standard pick-up.

Speedmaster - July 22, 2008 Reply

Those look great! 😉

Atv four wheeler - October 16, 2008 Reply

Yeah….. its looking so nice unforgettable interior.

shirley brooke - January 27, 2009 Reply

How much is the stay away unit, or the foldup first green house shown? Is there solar heat, bath? kitchen applianced? W/D? I really like the woood stove and how it was installed NICE. Could it be put on a slab? Looking for self-sustainability. How much does it cost to bring to SC?

Carey Huffman - September 30, 2009 Reply

Does anyone have a current contact email or phone number? Does anyone know if one has been brought into the US?

Kent Griswold - September 30, 2009 Reply

Hi Carey – Here is a phone number to call for U.S. information 510-812-7120 and an email is naturalloghomes@gmail.com. Click on the link above to go to their website and click on contact if you need more information.

Nat. Dickinson - October 30, 2009 Reply

Hi everyone.
Thanks so much for your interest in our log RV’s.
The photos you see are prototypes we produced a few years ago. Ron Hessel owner of Natural log homes is very busy with full size home construction and has put the log Rv’s on the back burner.
I am the US contact for these units and have decided to produce these log wall trailers here in the US. Most of the interest I get is from the US. I have moved from NB, Canada to Berkeley, CA and have started a construction company here. I have been sucsessful with NWD Construction Inc. and have started production again on these units. The material used is a western white cedar, sub-species of westrn red cedar. Each unit will is built to order and customized to each customers’ needs. The newest unit is a 20′ foot trailer with a 12′ foot cabin and 3’foot bunk over. This unit is kept under 990lbs so a regular half ton truck can pull with a bumper hitch. The market for this is snowmobilers, bikers and people that want a log rv that is easy to move, handels well at highway speeds and corners well. I am creating new floor plans with customers for the “stay away” trailers. These can be built to a turn-key level or as a shell to be out fitted on site by customer or local contractors.
I am offering marine grade appliances and systems that are high quality, safe and efficiant. These trailers can be designed and built to be off the grid by using Solar, generators, wind, rain water harvesting, grey & black water systems etc. These trailers are formaldehyde free and are safe & healthy for living. These trailers are also over 10 times more fire resistant than a conventional RV. The structures will last longer that a life time.

For more info on customizing a log RV for your individual needs, call us @ 510.812.7120 or e-mail @ nwdconstruction.com

    Kent Griswold - October 30, 2009 Reply

    Hi Nat, I sent you an email as I would enjoy doing an update on this product and would like to come see one in Berkeley sometime. Please contact me when you have a chance…Kent

    Debbie - July 17, 2012 Reply

    would love info. on your rv type cabins.I am ill an want to see diffrent parts of the country.

Jon Perrigo - February 21, 2011 Reply

I found Little Great Cabins just 50 miles from Montreal, PQ make a really nice Tiny House. Bought one to use here in Plattsburgh. One does not need to get their tiny house on the west coast for eastern US and Canada. I think you are being inaccurate in your presentation. Look at http://www.littlegreatcampcabin.com to see their product. It is really warm in the north with only a 8000 BTU Direct Vent Propane unit I got from Northern Tool.
It was recommended by them (they installed it for me) for this unit and is great.

Thanks for listening. I do find your blog interesting.

Jon

Tiny Houses, Big Solution?_What's Next? | What's Next? - August 9, 2011 Reply

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Sean - October 15, 2012 Reply

“If you are interested in one of these go to the Natural Log Homes web site and contact them for complete details.”

The link takes you to a site to purchase Lunesta insomnia medication! lol.

Beautiful cabin btw

Karen - July 28, 2014 Reply

The url mentioned in this article doesn’t work, but you can reach them at this site. http://www.loghomesnaturalcanada.com/aboutcontactus.htm

Bill Plumb - July 28, 2014 Reply

Check these mobile cabins which are built for extreme cold and heavy snowloads of the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Mountains of New York.

http://Www.adirondackwhitepinecabins.com

Tina Gallagher - December 6, 2014 Reply

What is the brand of the small wood stove? I’d like to get one.

Thank you

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