by Courtney Elko
This is a unique “RV” park in that it is a village full of tiny houses among the Pacific Northwest’s gorgeous nature. Located less than an hour from Portland, there are five different tiny houses from which to choose here. Each features a kitchen and bathroom and some are pet friendly for an additional fee. The tiny houses can sleep between three and five people cozy and comfortably. The tiny houses range from 175 to 260 square feet and center around a small courtyard with a fire pit and chairs.
Our Editor Loves
- Tiny house accommodations
- Some houses can sleep 5
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Family Room 5+
We stayed in one of the tiny houses. It was stocked with common kitchen equipment (no microwave though) and there is a grocery store within a short trip distance by car. It was wonderful to cook our own meals. Everything was clean and there is even a laundry center to wash clothes on the property. It was a little nippy outside but the heater in the tiny house kept us nice and warm. Staff was friendly and more than helpful. Didn't have a bad experience with any person I met there. I would recommend this place to friends and family if they are in the area.
Booked two nights at MT Hood RV Village in a yurt. When we checked in they told us construction/tree clearing going on near the yurts, and gave us a rustic cabin instead with no additional charges. Very happy with the choice. Very few people there in late Oct, so it was quiet, and really enjoyed my first time in the area. Will definitely go back and stay here.