Thinking of getting a mobile tiny house and wondering where you will park it?
Parking a mobile tiny house is not as easy as you might think. It varies from state to state and can be different in each county or town. It is important you research the location before purchasing property or the tiny house.
Here are 3 suggestions:
1. Your property or someone else’s.
At this time the majority of people park the mobile tiny house either on their own property or on family or friends property. You must make sure the local zoning is okay with this and there are no restrictions. It is also important that you make sure the neighbors are aware and okay with it.
2. RV Trailer Parks
Other people travel with their tiny home and move from place to place. RV trailer parks are an option to park. Your tiny house will need to have RV or conventional plumbing to be accepted in most of these places. Usually a time limit is imposed by the park unless a monthly rental agreement is arranged.
3. Tiny House Communities
These communities are being developed all around the country. Similar to an RV Park but set up for mobile tiny houses. Often with the option to rent, lease or purchase a space. Usually with a amenities like a gym or pool. Living close to your neighbors is the norm.