ESCAPE Unveils Tiny Home Village in Canoe Bay
Quaint option for your nature getaway.
Alongside traditional vacation homes, you can now stay in tiny hotel near Canoe Bay in Wisconsin. Tiny house builder ESCAPE has unveiled a tiny community in the peaceful nature resort. The development named Canoe Bay ESCAPE Village is the first of its kind offered in the Midwest. Each unit comes with full-size appliances, baths, TVs, tables, and large windows offering scenic views of private lakes and forests. The modern cabin-on-wheels features a cedar exterior with glass doors and light oak hardwood interior.
How big is it really? The featured travel trailer is a cozy 344 square feet — roughly the size of a Manhattan studio – and is spacious enough for two and a furry friend. The tiny vacation options are available for rent or purchase ranging from the Traveler XL to the larger one or two bedroom Park model. The recommended model — the ESCAPE Travel XL — starts at $300 per night for short-term stays and will cost you around $90,000 to own. If you want to find out more, head to the ESCAPE Canoe Bay Resort site and for more tiny home designs take a look at the Koda House.