Tiny homes are a big deal, not just in housing, but in vacation stays as well. The Mt. Hood Tiny House Village at the Mt. Hood Village Campground in Welches is a fun, beautiful and a unique vacation spot on Mt. Hood with a selection of more than half a dozen tiny homes. Each home has a personality all its own, which is reflected in the name. Scarlett: Farmhouse charm, Savannah: Southern charm, Lincoln: Modern rustic, Zoe: Boho chic, Atticus: Sleek and rugged. Fun, whimsical and cute, they are a great lodging option for someone looking to try something a bit different on their next trip to Mt. Hood Territory.
While these places may be small, they don't skimp on amenities. Each one has a fully functional kitchen, complete with True Induction cooktops. They also have heat and air conditioning, full bathrooms and wifi. They really are the ultimate glamping experience, so for those who love camping but have family members who are skeptical, this is a great way to get their feet wet while still having the conveniences they enjoy. Actually, many who stay at the village are couples where one partner is really into the idea and had to convince their other half to give it a try. Luckily once they've stayed they are hooked and it's a no brainier for future trips. Its also an affordable way to stay overnight near outdoor activities and urban treats.
The homes start at $129 a night, which is a great deal when you also consider that you also have access to the various services available at Mt. Hood Village. There's the Dragon Fly Restaurant, which serves truly delicious breakfasts. An indoor pool, hiking trails and various other amenities that make it a wonderful vacation spot for families or a couple looking to get away. Plus you're just minutes away from the various other restaurants and activities in The Villages of Mt. Hood and Government Camp.
The Mt. Hood Tiny House Village is worth checking out if you're looking to try something new. Who knows, perhaps we'll be neighbors; I plan on booking a staycation there soon.