Oregon June 24, 2017
There’s A Tiny Village Hiding In The Middle Of An Oregon Forest Most People Don’t Know About
Ever wanted to spend the night in an adorable tiny house? How about one tucked away in the beautiful foothills of Mt Hood? The
Mt. Hood Tiny House Village is an enchanting hidden gem retreat where you can get away from it all in the most unforgettable setting. Check it out:
Located an hour east of Portland in the town of Welches, Mt. Hood Village is a wonderful campground and RV park that recently opened an amazing new attraction: the Mt Hood Tiny House Village.
This unique resort offers visitors the one of a kind experience of spending the night in an adorable tiny home surrounded by gorgeous, woodsy scenery.
Ranging from 175-260 square feet, each tiny house is full of charm and outfitted with cozy amenities including a private bathroom, a kitchen, a loft bedroom, a kitchen table, and more.
There are 5 wonderful tiny homes to choose from, each with a unique style and thoughtfully decorated interior.
Each house sleeps up to 3-5 people and costs $129-139 per night.
Plus, all of the tiny homes were made by the Tumbleweed Tiny Home Company -- which means they're safe, high quality, and certified Green.
The tiny house village makes for a wonderful launching pad for exploring all that the Mt Hood National Forest has to offer. You'll be a short drive from alpine lakes, gorgeous rivers, and more.
The village also offers a free shuttle that'll take you to Ski Bowl and the legendary Timberline Ski Resort (which offers amazing year-round skiing and snowboarding as well as seasonal hiking trails, a historic mountaintop lodge and restaurant.)
There are also tons of amazing hiking trails in the vicinity.
This unique tiny house village in Welches is a great place for a one of a kind getaway.
The Mt. Hood Village is located at
65000 E. Hwy 26, Welches, Oregon. Find out more and book your next vacation on their website.
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