Delta Bay: N. California’s First Legal Tiny House Community

The lack of affordable housing and extremely high home prices in Northern California is hot news these days. In fact, it’s contributing to the massive migration of many of the state’s residents into other states and communities. Delta Bay Tiny House Resort on the San Joaquin River south of Sacramento is hoping to be a change agent for the state’s housing issues.

Delta Bay Tiny House Resort is the first legal tiny house community in Northern California.

Delta Bay Tiny House Resort is currently the only legal tiny house community in Northern California. Located at the Park Delta Bay, the community has mobile tiny homes, park models and RVs. The community also has access to the club’s amenities. These include a clubhouse, bathhouse, volleyball court, fishing docks and parklike atmosphere.

THOW homeowners can live full time in their tiny homes. The homes can be manufactured or built by hand, but they must be RVIA certified and registered with the local DMV. The park also allows you to rent out your tiny house or park model while you are away. The owner is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the home while they are away. The park does not provide a property management service.

Tiny houses share the park with RVs and park models.

A standard cabin lot fee does cost $1,500 per month. However, the fee includes water, sewer, landscaping for common areas, and trash collection. Electricity is billed separately. The average price for a one bedroom apartment in Sacramento is about $1,300 per month.

The resort is close to the San Joaquin River and other family amenities.

 

Photos by Delta Bay Tiny House Resort

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Vickie LaLonde - June 25, 2018 Reply

That would be the day I pay that kind of money to stay in a tiny home. Way to much money. The whole idea of it for me,is……give it all up to live free of the money pit. Not to still pay the same ount of money to live hardly with nothing.

Mary Marks - November 22, 2018 Reply

As a senior I feel that tiny living could be the answer to housing…….been looking for months. thankyou….

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