The Tiny House Village is located 30 miles from Leavenworth, near a cutle little town called Plain. The property is managed and owned by Thousand Trails RV Campground. There are two separate camping properties, just a mile or so apart. There is amazing beauty in the Wenatchee Forest.
The campground had 5 tiny houses to rent, and spaces for your own RV or tent. It felt a little like a ghost town when we arrived, ha! There was just one other camper but this weekend it will be packed for the kickoff of travel season.
We stayed in the cutest one of the bunch “Belle.” Four of the houses looked about the same size, there was a little runt of the bunch, named Adeline . You can check each one out individually online. Bella seemed to be the most spaciously designed.
The tiny houses are a home away from home. Everything you need to have a stress free stay is at your fingertips. Outdoor grilling accessories, lakefront chairs, a firepit, linens, toiletries, dishes and pans are all included.
Directly across the front yard from our little house, was the RV hook up and camping spaces. I had my eyes peeled to the woods, as they said Smokey the bear and his bandits may show up! The welcome center did warn us that black furry friends can come hunting for food.
So use caution, and don’t leave any food in your vehicle. Unless you want to take your car home jeep style- with no doors, oh my!
- Sleeps 4 : One queen bed, and a single in the loft. The couch(futon) sleeps 1-2
- Cozy living room with satellite TV & internet
- Kitchen with table and chairs to seat 2, fridge & stove: no microwave
- Small bathroom with full size shower
- Lots of windows
- Bright and cheery with natural light flowing in
Also I wanted to mention a little about Thousand Trails travel club and membership. You can enjoy more than 80 Thousand Trails campgrounds in all five zones of the United States. If you choose to upgrade your membership to an Elite Basic or Elite Connections, your options expand even more. Check out the Trails vacation ownership and passes offered here.
The beautiful lake was a stones throw away, and was my favorite part of the campground. Unfortunately Northwest weather does not always cooperate in May. We didn’t get to enjoy the lakeside ambiance, it rained most of the night.
Four minutes away from Thousand Trails is the historic town of Plain. I could not wait to get up on Saturday morning and check it out! The feed store Plain Hardware, was so fun to look around in. Beleive it or not, everything you need is there. If you left anything behind, I’m sure they have it. The best part of all: the coffee was the yummiest I’ve tasted in a loooong time! The scones were good too!
Next door is a grocery store with gas, a laundromat and delicious dining at Old Mill Cafe. Even though the area is small, the town is self sufficient. You can survive here several weeks with out a trip to Walmart.