Tiny houses are something to rave about. They necessitate fewer belongings and a more organized lifestyle. They also make glamping a blast. The term “glamping” might be stretching it—tiny houses come with solid walls and roof—but the great outdoors is just right out the door. Some tiny houses even come with a Bavarian style. Where? Leavenworth, Washington, of course, where virtually everything is Bavarian.
Leavenworth Tiny House Village is located just up the mountain from Leavenworth, one of the best Winter Wonderlands in America. The five Bavarian themed tiny houses that make up Leavenworth’s Tiny House Village provide an affordable and unique experience in this memorable destination. The popular campground where these tiny homes live, Leavenworth RV Campground, offers convenient access to more than 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, cross country skiing and sled hills, all located on site. It is also just a short drive from Steven’s Pass Ski Resort and ice fishing at Fish Lake.
The tiny houses are available year-round as “glamping” style vacation rentals, with all the comforts of home packaged creatively in these five tiny abodes. Book a tiny home vacation in Leavenworth at leavenworthtinyhouse.com; learn more about Leavenworth—the Northwest’s own Bavarian village—at leavenworth.org.