starting at $475 Monthly
4399 SW Eriksen Ave
Tiny Tranquility was conceptualized, designed and developed to provide a safe, comfortable and communal environment for owners of tiny home trailers and vintage travel trailers to live and stay on an amazingly beautiful stretch of the Oregon Coast. For folks who haven’t yet taken the “plunge” into the tiny house realm, we will also provide a diverse offering of fantastic tiny home trailers and vintage travel trailers for nightly rental.
Upon its expected opening in mid-to-late June, 2018, Tiny Tranquility will offer some 43 sites ranging in size from approximately 2,500 – 4,000 sq. feet with full water, power and sewer (septic) hookups and free wifi; and will also have a number of fantastic tiny homes and vintage trailers available for nightly rental. The park was designed to support tiny home living and community by offering a variety of features and amenities that we believe will make Tiny Tranquility a truly differentiated experience from anything that currently exists on the Oregon coast.
Tiny Tranquility is nestled between the sleepy towns of Waldport and Yachats and just a 20-minute drive to “big town” amenities found in Newport, Oregon. Waldport serves as the gateway to amazing crabbing on Alsea bay and salmon/steelhead fishing on the Alsea river while Yachats has been named the “Best place to stay on the Oregon coast” (Oregonian, July 2016) and the “gem of the Oregon coast”. With its location on the central coast, Tiny Tranquility is just a short drive to a stretch of coastline that is unmatched for its natural beauty and for the multitude of natural features available for your exploration. Whether you want to see the spouting horns or Thor’s Well, hike or drive to the top of Cape Perpetua for an amazing vista, throw the crab pot in Alsea bay, watch for gray whales, bike in a corridor of old growth trees, visit an active lighthouse, watch the huge waves roll in during a winter storm or simply kick your feet back and relax on the beach while your kids are flying a kite or building a sandcastle, the opportunities here are boundless.
When will the park open?
We expect Tiny Tranquility to open sometime in June, 2018, dependent on completion of construction of the park, which is ongoing and dependent on weather conditions. Tiny Tranquility will provide a more definitive opening date by late May, 2018.
Where is the park located?
The park is located at 4399 SW Eriksen Ave in Waldport, Oregon and is situated approximately 2 miles south of downtown Waldport, 5 miles North of downtown Yachats and 17 miles South of Newport.
How can I find out more about the park?
We now have a Facebook page found here: Tiny Tranquility – Tiny House & Vintage Trailer Park – Home | Facebook and should have our Instagram platform and website up and running within a few weeks. Please “like” or “follow” the park on Facebook so that you can get real time updates on the park development, information about our tiny homes and vintage trailers as they are completed and for other park information. We also welcome your questions at email@example.com.
Who can stay in the Park?
Tiny Tranquility park will provide both longer term site rentals to people who own their own tiny home or vintage trailers and nightly vacation rentals of park managed tiny homes and vintage trailers. If you are interested in site rentals we’ve answered some of your questions below starting at page 4 and if you’re interested in vacation rentals, those questions are answered starting at page 7.
What are the main amenities in the Park and what is there to do?
Worried about feeling overly confined in your tiny home or vintage trailer and wanting a little more space? Tiny Tranquility will provide ample opportunities for you to stretch your legs, hang out with your friends and neighbors, tend to your own garden or simply take in an awesome ocean view with a (larger) roof over your head. To this end, we expect to have the following park amenities available to you either at or shortly after the park opens for business:
~A large (2,400 sq. ft) game and entertainment room with a flat screen TV, multiple seating areas, a wood stove, ping pong and pool tables. We also expect to feature rotating artwork from Oregon-based artists in this space.
~Behind the game and entertainment space, we’ll provide a covered eating and grilling area, a small basketball court and a wood fired hot tub.
~In a different building in the park, we’ll get above the roofline of our neighbors to the West and provide some sweeping views of the ocean in a large second floor great room. The first floor of this building will house our bathrooms (with showers) and laundry facilities. We expect this building to be completed in fall, 2018.
~Our pet friendly park will have an enclosed dog park.
~The grassy southernmost acre of the park – which “stares” at a large, dinosaur-like Osprey nest – will provide a great opportunity for outdoor activities, picnicking, kicking the soccer ball around or browning up your marshmallows at one of several outdoor fire pits.
~Our large 12,000 sq/ft greenhouse will house TT’s own produce garden and a local microgreens business, with fresh vegetables and micro-greens available to park users. This space will also serve as your own personal nursery or storage space if you’re staying at the park longer term.
What is there to do around the park?
We could literally spend a couple of pages writing about all the great destinations within close driving distance to the park! We’ve listed a few of our favorite outdoor activity spots below, but recommend that you check out TripAdvisor for the best things to do in Yachats, Waldport and Newport and also check their respective chamber of commerce websites for destinations, restaurants, shopping and events in and around these towns. There’s also a good article from the Oregonian titled “20 reasons to love Yachats” found here: http://www.oregonlive.com/travel/index.ssf/2016/07/20_reasons_to_love_yachats_the.html
South of the Park
Activities (with distance from park in miles)
- Yachats State Park – Hiking, Thor’s Well, spouting horns (6.0)
- Yachats River – Hiking, biking, fishing, small boats (6.0)
- Amanda’s Trail – Hiking (6.5)
- Devil’s Churn – Sightseeing, wave watching (8.6)
- Cape Perpetua – Hiking, whale watching, wave watching, tide pools (8.8/9.0)
- Heceta Head/Devil’s Elbow-Lighthouse, sightseeing, hiking (20)
- Sandpines Golf Course- World class golf (31)
- Honeyman State Park – Swimming, dunes, boating (35.5)
North of the Park
- Crestview Golf Course- 9 hole golf course (2.5)
- Alsea Bay/Alsea River – Crabbing, fishing, clamming, boating (3.0)
- Seal Rock- Tidepools (7.7)
- Brian Booth/Ona Beach State Park – Picnicking, hiking, kayaking (9.4)
- Newport Aquarium (16.6)
- Hatfield Marine Science Center – Kids, Educational (16.7)
- Bay Street/Newport Marina- Sightseeing, wax museum, charter boats (17)
- Yaquina Head lighthouse – Sightseeing (22)
Are there any good restaurants nearby?
Yes, there are a number of good restaurants in Yachats and Waldport and many more options and diversity of food offerings in Newport. Both TripAdvisor and Yelp do a good job highlighting the better food options in this area.
How long will it take me to get to Tiny Tranquility from Portland, Salem, Eugene or Corvallis?
In general, the travel times from these cities are as follows, subject to variability dependent on traffic:
Do you allow pets at the park?
Yes. Several of the tiny homes and trailers available for nightly rental will be pet friendly and people who rent individual sites can keep indoor dogs and cats (outdoor dogs will be considered on a case by case basis). An enclosed dog park will also be available.
Can I tour the tiny homes and vintage trailers while I’m down at the coast this summer?
Yes, we expect to have tours of the park and the available tiny home/vintage trailers this summer, with the tour schedule to be determined once the park is open. We will also provide individual tours of the park to people who are considering long term site rental. In order to respect the peace and privacy of our park users, unannounced drop in tours or drive throughs will generally not be available.
What are the features of the individual sites?
Tiny Tranquility provides standard water, power and sewer hookups and free wifi throughout the park. The park contains 43 total sites which are spread throughout approximately 6 acres of the developed park area (another 6.5 acres of the park is in a treed, undeveloped area). The sites range in size from approximately 2,500 – 3,500 Square feet and will be heavily planted with native landscaping to help create more privacy between the sites. Each site will have parking for one car, but additional parking and storage will be available in our large 12,000 sq. ft. greenhouse.
Can I rent a site on a long term basis?
Tiny Tranquility is being developed to cater to people who would like to live in their tiny homes and vintage trailers on a longer term basis or who want to have a longer term landing spot for their trailer for periodic visits. We intentionally decided that we did not want a continuous stream of larger trailers and motorhomes entering and exiting the park for short term stays, as is typically the case at traditional RV parks. As a result, the minimum site rental is one month and the site rental fees will be significantly reduced for occupants who are prepared to make longer term commitments. That said, Tiny Tranquility is still considered a recreational vehicle park and therefore the sites are not available for purchase or for lease on a multi-year basis.
What are your rates for site rental?
Site rates are still being finalized, but we expect the long term rental rate for those prepared to make a 12 month commitment to be in the range of $475 – $525/month plus electricity during our introductory rental period. In addition, space in our large greenhouse will be available for parking additional cars, storage or to use as your own personal nursery space for an additional $75/month for approximately 200 sq. feet of space.
When can I reserve a site for my tiny home or vintage trailer?
Tiny Tranquility will begin taking applications for long term rental of sites in early May, 2018. The application will include a background check. Once your application is accepted, a deposit will be required to reserve your preferred site. The deposit will be refundable if you change your mind once the completed park is available for your inspection.
Are there any requirements for the tiny homes at your park?
Tiny Tranquility is authorized to rent sites for traditional park models and tiny home trailers that qualify as recreational vehicles and are registered as such in Oregon or another state. Because of this requirement, Tiny Tranquility recommends that people who are considering the purchase of a tiny home trailer to place into the park should contact us in advance of the purchase to ensure that tiny home can be sited at the park. In general, if you purchase a tiny home from a builder that is certified by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA), the tiny home will meet this requirement. We also expect to have several “preferred builders” of tiny homes that we work with and welcome the opportunity to share this information with you if you’re in the market for a tiny home or a vintage trailer remodel. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What qualifies as a “vintage” trailer?
We recognize that our focus on vintage trailers is different than many traditional RV park which actually exclude older trailers from their park. This is purposeful. Our intent is make the park particularly appealing to owners of extremely well maintained and aesthetically interesting (and beautiful) older trailers, generally manufactured prior to 1980. We do not intend to etch this date in stone and will consider other trailers on an individual basis. We may also have a small section of the park available for newer and well maintained travel trailers, dependent on demand from owners of tiny home and vintage trailers, who will have priority for long term site rental.
Will you rent sites for newer travel trailers?
Tiny Tranquility may have a small section of the park available for newer and well maintained travel trailers, dependent on demand from owners of tiny home and vintage trailers, who will have priority for long term site rental.
Are there any length limitations for trailers at the park?
The park should be able to readily accommodate trailers up to 35’. Trailers longer than 35’ will be considered on a case by case basis.
Can I rent out my tiny home or vintage trailer when I’m not using it?
Yes, Tiny Tranquility will offer our long term site renters/trailer owners the opportunity for Tiny Tranquility to manage the nightly rental of their trailers as part of the park’s vacation rental pool. All nightly/vacation rentals of this type will need to be managed by Tiny Tranquility and in in turn we will ask for a 30% management fee. This management responsibility will include not only coordinating the cleaning and maintenance of the trailer but also marketing the trailer, utilizing our online reservation system for the bookings and handling all interface with the renters. Given our intention to aggressively market the vacation rental piece of the park, we expect that this could generate some significant income for our owners to offset (or even exceed) the site rental fees. In order to participate in this feature of the park, we simply ask that the trailer to be in excellent condition and meet certain rental requirements relative to its functionality (full bathroom, kitchenette, etc) and provide high quality bedding and furnishings before it can be added to the rental pool. These requirements are needed so that the park can maintain consistent (and high) standards for all rental units that we manage, whether they are owned by the park or independently.
How can I check out the park if I’m interested in possibly renting a site?
Upon park completion – slated for June, 2018 – Tiny Tranquility will schedule group and individual park tours for trailer owners interested in long term site rental. Our web site and social media pages will also feature plenty of pictures of the park once the park is completed.
Nightly Rental of Tiny Homes and Vintage Trailers
How many tiny homes and vintage trailers will you have for rent?
Tiny Tranquility will have at least 4 tiny home trailers and 3 vintage travel trailers available for nightly rental when the park opens this summer. These units are in the process of being built or remodeled and we will feature each one on our website and on our social media platforms as they are finished – starting in April, 2018. We expect to have additional tiny homes and vintage trailers available for rent over time.
When will the park be open for nightly rental of tiny homes and vintage trailers? How can I book them?
Nightly rentals of park-owned tiny homes and vintage trailers will be available immediately upon opening of the park in June, 2018. Tiny Tranquility expects to have its website for the park – including a reservation system for the nightly rental of the trailers – up and running by May, 2018.
What features and amenities should I expect to see in the tiny homes and vintage trailers?
Tiny Tranquility hopes to provide to its nightly rental customers a unique blend of aesthetically beautiful tiny homes and vintage trailers which also provide all the functionality you’ll need to relax, cook, eat and sleep in your trailer. All of our tiny homes and trailers will provide:
- comfortable seating (chairs or couches) for just chilling out
- a full kitchenette, with electric or propane burners, fridge and sink
- a bar area for eating or working
- one or more easily accessible sleeping areas with high quality bedding
- a full bathroom with toilet and shower
- A bluetooth enabled speaker and flat screen TV with complimentary streaming music service (Spotify), Netflix and other subscription-based TV content
- free wifi
When combined with the host of park amenities available to you (as described above) and the surrounding “playground” along the Oregon coast, we truly believe that your stay with us will be a memorable experience.
What’s different about staying in a tiny home or vintage trailer relative to a traditional hotel?
While your tiny home or vintage trailer at Tiny Tranquility will certainly have some things in common with traditional hotel/motel properties, it is the blend of features and amenities both within our trailers and around the park which will differentiate the park experience from anything you can find at most traditional hotel/motel properties. Yes we will provide a comfortable bed and sitting area just like most hotels, but all of our trailers will also provide:
-a full kitchenette so that you can cook some of your own meals when you don’t feel like eating out
-an outdoor deck with seating and your own well landscaped site so that you can choose when to have some private time and when you want to engage with others in one of the park’s more communal gathering spots
-access to plenty of unique park amenities for you to explore and enjoy during your stay
Tiny homes vs vintage trailers
All of our tiny home and vintage trailers will generally share the same features and amenities described above, but there are several important differences between our tiny home trailers and vintage trailers that may influence your decision on which trailer to rent. Although the “footprint” of these trailers is similar in size, our tiny homes have much higher ceilings, which tend to give users of the tiny homes the feeling that they are significantly larger. For this same reason, folks who are taller than 6’ 4” or so may want to opt for a tiny home since the ceiling height of some of our trailers is in this range and the shower areas in the tiny homes tend to be more accommodating to taller folks as well. While several of our tiny homes will have sleeping areas on the ground level, some of them may require that you climb a ladder or some steps, while our vintage trailers will all have easily accessible sleeping areas and no lofted areas. Either way, once we get our website up and running we’ll be sure to post ample pictures from which you can get a better sense of the relative benefits of each type of trailer.
Type of VillageTiny-Only Village
AmenitiesClubhouse, Community Building, Dog Park, Gaming Room, Greenhouse, Laundry, Showers, Walking/Biking Path, Common Area, Landscaping, Entertainment Room, Eating Area
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Number of Lots