Originally Posted by MRClaus
love to see it at a camp sight
Ask and yee shall receive. That is if you are referring to a TH in an rv park.
The park I am working at now not only allows them, we are actively recruiting them to come in. I am working on a web campaign to attract more of them than just the one that arrived here a couple weeks ago. Not all Tiny Housers want a hipster/hippie/macrobiotic natural lifestyle and tons of property. They are happy to have a small yard and hook ups. Its part of simplifying.
I personally am in the market for one, but have some specific needs that are not common with the typical TH builders and my search has had many ups and downs. They DO make them small enough to be towed via SUV and do not have to be "huge" and complicated/heavy such as the crazy ones you see on TV. The one I am currently working on with a builder comes in at 3500 lbs on a single axle
trailer. Its small, but it is no smaller than he 17 foot molded trailer I am living in now. And yes, its fully insulated.
I have been in several, and I can tell you there is no RV/Trailer feel to any I have been in, even the tiny one I am chasing at this moment. They are warm and cozy, homelike and, its hard to explain, but they do not give off a sense of temporariness that any trailer does....even if fulltiming
My needs are simple, I am single and pared down long ago, so I can get away with the smaller space. And I do not want to own property again. I am reasonable settle where I am now, but the future is un predictable, so I want to be able to hitch and go...just like I do now with my Leocraft.
I ceased using my trailer as a camper ages ago..too much of a pain to get it ready to tow..and reset up in a semi permanent mode. I wouldn't consider a TH as a camper either. I enjoy overnites in a tent now, or a hotel :-P
What doesn't work for you will work well for others. Its a matter of choice. Both RVs and Tiny Houses have their place.
BTW, this one was towed in by a gasoline powered f250 from South Dakota.