Today's Tiny House Parking Spot:
Peak View Park in Woodland Park, Colorado
We parked our tiny house at the lovely Peak View Park. It's located in a small mountain city of Woodland Park, Colorado, just 25 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs.
It is a park model and tiny house on wheels community for full-time living. Additionally, it offers a several short-term rentals for anyone interested in trying out tiny living or just vacationing in the mountains.
Owners, Matt Fredell and Pete LaBarre, purchased the previously run-down property five years ago, and have completely overhauled the park to create an aesthetically pleasing mountain village feel. They worked with Teller County officials to utilize historic zoning classification for the property to legally allow for long-term residences.
Peak View Park now has over 50 wooded, hillside sites.
Though close together, they don’t feel cramped. The majority have room for a deck and side yard or garden, and many sites have clear views of Pikes Peak.
We really enjoyed connecting with several residents during walks and a potluck—a common community occurrence.
Looking for parking? Bring your own tiny house on wheels or work with the Peak View’s park model manufacturer to order their tiny home.
Monthly lot rent is about $500-600 per month.
Fortunately, there is no HOA but are some basic rules to help maintain the park aesthetic. Importantly, only a few spots are left.
Currently, the owners are now working on additional communities including a tiny home on foundation neighborhood in Woodland Park.
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