Just Park It: Tiny House Village in the Land of Enchantment
In episode 9 of Today’s Tiny House Parking spot, we travel with our tiny house on wheels into the Land of Enchantment. There we parked at the Animas Valley Village, a new tiny house/RV community. It is located just over the Colorado state-line into New Mexico. The village is surrounded by beautiful spruce and golden cottonwood trees and is only a short walk from the Animas River.
There are eleven total parking spaces, with some available for short or long-term stays. Additionally, there are two unique short-term tiny house rentals available. During our short stay, we parked next to a friendly tiny house family of five, the Tiny Cottage Caravan. Their tiny home backs up to a grassy lot with a small playground. In their opinion, the one thing that would make the village better is another tiny house family, or two. Looking for tiny home parking? Full-time spots are now available at Animas Valley Village!
Inside Animas Valley Village:
What really liked about the village is how it offers a peaceful, country living within close proximity to two great towns, Durango, CO and Aztec, NM. For about tiny house communities in Durango, see the last Just Park It post. During our stay at Animas Valley Village, we explored the charming small town of Aztec. We enjoyed its refreshing slow pace by strolling through the historic downtown and riverside park. The highlight of our trip to Aztec was definitely the fascinating Aztec Ruins National Monument. It is an ancient communal home to the Pueblo people. Over their centuries-long migration, they made settlements across the Chaco Canyon region. We took a half-mile pathway that weaves through the Aztec Ruins, from their ritual gathering places to their sprawling masonry rooms used for living, cooking, and storage. As we took in the sights, we felt like we were transported to the 11th century–an awe-inducing experience. The well-crafted communal facilities and the cooperation required to keep this civilization thriving is similar to a modern cohousing community.
OMG – cute!!!
The thing looks like an adorable doll house… is it livable in??
As a professional carpenter I often visit home improvement / design / renovation blogs and articles and am amazed and what I find
I wish I had more time to read articles like this