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There are many reasons to live in a tiny house or a small house, some people just need a change, something different, others like the idea of downsizing, having lower maintenance bills and less house to clean, whatever the reason there are more tiny house designs, styles and plans than ever before, something to suit every preference. Some tiny houses are on wheels, so in fact they are tiny house RV's, when this is the case, the article "10 Steps for Tiny House RV Parking," is a helpful resource in parking your tiny house.
A question most of us have probably not thought of, or considered is where can a person park a tiny house RV? Once the question is put out there, it really puts things into perspective, as far as tiny house living goes. I've seen tiny houses, on trailers and realize that these cute small houses are perfect for moving to the desired location, what I hadn't really considered is that these adorable tiny houses, could in fact be used as RV trailers, a tiny house on wheels, perfect for traveling to campgrounds, National Parks, State Parks, overnight parking lots, and rest stops, all over the country.
Tiny house parking can be done wherever it is legal to park a regular RV. The laws differ regarding RV's in every county, so you should do your research before parking, if you plan on traveling with your tiny house RV, you can park in all the above mentioned places such as campgrounds, National Parks, State Parks, overnight parking lots, and rest stops. You will always want to check the area signage to be sure RV overnight parking is legal before parking, to avoid being towed or ticketed.
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