The Little Bunkhouse in the Woods Plans

Joe Chipman who we covered a while back in a post called Tiny Bunkhouse in the Woods has put together an ebook of his plans and photographs of his actual build of the bunkhouse and is now offering them for sale through the Tiny House Blog. This little bunkhouse goes … Read more

Luxury Tents and Shelters a Ferry Ride from Manhattan

Governors Island in New York Harbor has long been known as a unique, historical destination. Now the 172-acre island has a glamping option that includes several beautiful tents and stylish shelters with views of the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan. Collective Governor’s Island features glamping tents and shelters for … Read more

Stay in a Luxury Bunk Tent with Tentrr

What better way to celebrate the official start of summer than with a post about camping tents? Now, these are not ordinary tents, but fully equipped, elevated bunk tents located on private campsites. They are also the brainchild of investment banker Michael D’Agostino who wanted to create a different camping … Read more

Safari Tents and Glamping in Gatlinburg

On a recent camping trip to the Gatlinburg, TN area my wife and I were driving around literally searching out tiny houses and tiny cabins. Certainly I can’t be the only one that does this. Alas, if you have ever visited the Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge areas you will know … Read more

Southern Utah is Made for Convenient Camping

Southern Utah has a special draw for anyone looking for adventure. Whether it’s the secret slot canyons, red hoodoos, or brazen night sky, this area of the Beehive State attracts outdoor lovers from all over world all year long. Utah camping options go way beyond the tent and RV. With … Read more

5 Ways to Set Up a Classic Basecamp

The classic, canvas covered tent is an elevated way to camp. More permanent and comfortable than a typical campsite, basecamps have been used for generations to have a “landed” place to set up a tent, wood stove, cooking area, fire pit and even an outdoor living room. Day trips for … Read more

Simple Pop-Up Cabin

I’ve been doing a little series on affordable tiny house do it yourself or non-traditional houses for those who are interested in trying out tiny house living at a low price. Most involve some construction but they are all relatively simple to build. These are what we have looked at … Read more

Larkspur: How to Live in a Tiny House with Kids

Eco-mom Kassandra Brown is on an expedition to explore love, belonging and connection while living in a sustainable tiny house with her kids. Is there a correlation between the tininess of a house and the intimacy shared by the family dwelling within? If so, do close walls mean close connections, … Read more