One of the biggest qualms folks have about tiny houses is where to park them—after all, zoning regulations differ state by state and aren’t always tiny home-friendly. Enter Try It Tiny, a new online community that hopes to connect tiny house owners with landowners for short- and long-term stays.
Launched earlier this year, the Try It Tiny marketplace currently has listings in over 40 states. As the site grew, it naturally expanded to include tiny dwelling listings ranging from the usual tiny house on wheels to cottages, RVs, and school buses.
The site lets you filter home and land listings by utilities (“Electric hookup,” “Water hookup”), landscape features (“Woods,” “Ocean”), and amenities (“Fire pit,” “Washer”). Sample listings include a lakeside Orlando tiny house with tropical vibes for $ 95 a night and a spot on an organic farm in Georgia for $ 27 a night.
Try It Tiny handles all payments between guests and hosts, and provides a host insurance policy with $ 1 million in liability insurance and $ 10,000 in property coverage insurance.