Waiting for your municipal council to come around? Petitioning the gods of the building codes? Here are three parkings spot for your tiny home on wheels – available now!

Full-service tiny home on wheels pad at Big Calm in BC

permaculture garden, high-speed internet, mountains

From the community: Big Calm is a permaculture-guided “tiny homestead” community located in the beautiful Slocan Valley of BC’s West Kootenays. We are midway through development of the main community space. In the meantime, if you already have a THoW, we have a fully serviced pad ready for you to tow onto before winter.

Services include: electricity, water, wastewater, high-speed internet, shared laundry facilities, garbage/recycling pickup, parking, exterior storage for bikes/skis/kayaks, garden and wooded trail access, and a community Slack channel. Pets allowed.

Check out https://www.bigcalm.ca/reserve/ and https://www.bigcalm.ca/faq for more info. $1200/mo.

Tiny home pads on woodland farm in Southern Ontario

Horses, walking trails, near Guelph, Ontario

From the owner: Two tiny home sites available on stunning 51 acre farm, near Guelph Lake. We are 5-10 min from the lake, 15 min to downtown Guelph, under 20 min to Erin and Fergus / Elora.

Tiny home sites each come with own water hydrant, and one plot for vegetable gardening. Access to all trails on the site for running, walking or cycling. Driveway ploughed in winter.

Each site suitable for single person or couple. Priced according to amenities, quality, and location.

No vaping or smoking of any type anywhere on the property. Owners live on site. Minimum rental period 4 months. Serious inquiries only, inquire for price.

Contact the property owner.

Tiny home pads with water and septic in BC

From the owner: 5 tiny home spots available in Retallack, BC. The property is just off the HWY 3A and is accessible all year. Water and septic available, must have own off-grid power. $600/month. Contact the property owner.

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2 Comments

  1. The link for the land near Guelph didn’t work unfortunately.

    1. Sorry about that, Jason! Fixed it. The email is [email protected]

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