Tiny living has become a social movement. The movement is about living simply in a small space with only the bare necessities. Some define a tiny house as under 400 sq. ft., with fun and creative storage and upscale finishes. Although there are many reasons for tiny living, the most common are the financial benefits, simplification, and the environmental benefits to using fewer utilities and consuming less.
Even though our tiny homes are short-term rentals and not for sale, they provide an opportunity to “try on” tiny living. Also, we are in the middle of 2 million acres of national forest and these tiny homes encourage our guests to be out and about and use our resort as a home base to all the outdoor fun in and around South Fork. You will find our tiny homes, although tiny (170 sq. ft.), very comfortable and cozy!
Watch for our phase two development, with plans for six more foundation built tiny homes. These cabins will be 398 sq. ft. with a 200 sq. ft. standing-height sleeping loft. We will break ground on the first tiny home (which will be an ADA accessible cabin), Summer 2020.