Tiny homes in Minnesota

Four seasons of outdoor adventures await campers in the Land o' Lakes.

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7 top tiny homes sites in Minnesota

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The Forest Container

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Deerwood, MN
Tree house, tiny home, shipping container, luxury hotel - the Forest Container is all of these things. Set in a lush forest valley, this is an incredible and unique place to stay. The property is within the Cuyuna mountain bike area, between the Yawkey and the Cruser's Kettle trailheads. There is a fire ring as well as a great deck upon which you can camp or otherwise relax and enjoy the view of the forested valley. The container is heated and cooled, and the container has a luxurious warm tiled shower, sink, toilet (cassette style), power and of course, as pictured, a beautiful small bedroom and living room. Coffee machine and mini fridge included on the deck. 👍🏼
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The Wooded Retreat

4 sites · Lodging8 acres · Pine City, MN
Situated just 3 miles from the interstate, our retreat offers the tranquility of a state park while being conveniently accessible. Prepare to be mesmerized by the stunning grounds featuring rolling hills, towering white pines, and a variety of deciduous trees. Immerse yourself in nature's beauty with ponds and trails scattered throughout. Discover an abundance of flowers and wildlife that call this haven home. On our 8 acres we have 5 private ponds, 3 unique cottages ; and a vintage safari tent!
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$58
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Frickson Family Farms, LLC.

4 sites · Lodging, RVs180 acres · Dakota, MN
The farming lifestyle, and knowing that this is how we intended to raise our family, led us to transition into the farm-to-table business, selling our products to our family, friends and the public. Together Andy & Darienne, along with their 3 children, work as a team to raise all of the animals and crops. Our land and animals are all handled with proper care. There is no other way we could envision our life than right here on the farm with our children, raising wholesome food for ourselves and others. Come enjoy the beauty overlooking our crop land, shop our farm store, and look at all the livestock. Including cattle, pigs, chickens & goats. We are conveniently located off of Interstate 90 along the Mississippi between MN & WI. Our Farm store is stocked with our home raised fresh & frozen meat - beef, pork, chicken and many other locally sourced food items including honey, Maple syrup, dried goods, dairy, eggs, and more. Seasonal produce as available (Sweet corn & pumpkins in fall) •Electric available for 4 RV’s •Water for 4 RV's not available winter months - hiking trails through our forest new for 2023 (Fire wood provided, donations appreciated.) We Accept all major cards (credit/debit), cash, check or Venmo. Things to do: •Enjoy our state park located 3 miles from our farm if you enjoy hiking or biking. 30 acres of hiking trails through our woods new for 2023 •Feel free to bring your utv and cruise our county roads. •Enjoy an amazing burger (provided by our farm) & drinks at THE SHED Bar and Grill located 4 miles from our farm. •Schedule a tour of the historic Pickwick Mill located about 5 miles from our farm. *Please keep in mind this is a working family farm, there are kids, tractors and equipment running daily, and the smell of farm fresh air. Campsites are located in a private area to allow our campers privacy. Thanks, Andy & Darienne Frickson Frickson Family Farms
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Cloverdale Cabins

5 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Hinckley, MN
Cabin is shared with 2 other tiny home options on the same property. Contact me to host up to 16 guests. Cabin hosts 8 guests and the other 2 tiny homes host up to 4 guests each. Inquire about booking your large party group as our calendar is filling up for the summer and into the fall. Charcoal Grill available for your use on site. Guests supply the charcoal. There is a fire pit on site as well. Guests supply the firewood.
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Bending River Cove Tiny Homes

6 sites · Lodging3 acres · Lake City, MN
Unique tiny homes, using local reclaimed materials overlooking Lake Pepin/Mississippi River with stunning views. The tiny homes have decks and patios with fire pits, perfectly situated to watch all lake activity and beautiful sunrises or sunsets. We are in the MN River Valley and close to many state parks for hiking, wineries and restaurants, antique, boutique or thrifting shops, National Eagle Center, sailboat cruises, kayak/paddle board rental, motocross track and the list goes on and on. Homes are suited for mostly couples and have capability to sleep 4. We are also dog friendly up to 2 pups. So much to see and do! 
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Trails Inn Quadna Motel & RV Park

62 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Hill City, MN
Trails Inn Quadna Mountain Motel and RV Park offers guests a rustic retreat nestled in the natural beauty of Hill City, Minnesota. Here's what guests can expect: Scenic Surroundings: Immerse yourself in the picturesque surroundings of Quadna Mountain, with its lush forests, area lakes, and breathtaking views. Accommodations: The motel offers comfortable and cozy rooms, while the RV park provides spaces for those traveling with their own accommodation. Whether staying in a room or an RV, guests can expect clean, well-maintained facilities. Outdoor Activities: There's no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy, from hiking and biking along scenic trails to fishing and boating on nearby lakes. The terrain also offers opportunities for ATV riding, mountain biking, and snowmobiling in the winter months. Relaxation: For those seeking relaxation, unwind by a campfire in the evenings to share stories and stargaze. Community Atmosphere: Trails Inn fosters a warm and welcoming atmosphere, where guests can connect with fellow travelers and exchange tips and recommendations for exploring the area. Overall, Trails Inn Quadna Mountain Motel and RV Park provides a perfect getaway for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
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Tiny*25 Acre*Farm*Barn*Trails*

1 site · Lodging25 acres · TN
QUIRKY BARN TINY HOME ON 25 ACRE NATURE PRESERVE. LOCATED IN MINNESOTA, 30 MINUTES WEST OF ROCHESTER. Delight in the beauty and history of this authentic 150-year-old family farm; now organic, sustainable, solar-powered and chemical free with a rustic, handcrafted Tiny. Unplug in the charming cabin that pays homage to the founding family who settled and worked these woods.   Established in 1854, The Homestead is one of only a handful of remaining Century Farms in Minnesota; this Pioneer Property boasts an inviting 25 PRIVATELY OWNED acres for you to freely roam.   Certified as a National Wildlife Habitat, there is an abundance of animals and birds in the heavily wooded pristine moors at the bottom of the hill.  Bluffs, creek, Medieval Forest; the pastures are used organic, chemical free hay farming.   Homesteaded since 1858, the Farm has been chemical free since 1985. We raise organic hay. No livestock on the farm. The property you have access to is included in the Richard Dorer Memorial Hardwood Forest. Authentic experiences on trails, cliffs, creek, meadows, wetlands, moors, prairie all in their natural state. Since no chemicals have been used "some' foraging is allowed. Please leave no trace. Be mindful of wildlife and considerate of others. Mountain bikes are allowed on the trails. Learn more about this land: 1 bed/1 bath rustic using the highest cleaning protocols for 5 star stays.  The entire unit is yours; not shared whatsoever.  25 acres of the farm has been carved out as a Nature Preserve.   Enter the property using the North Driveway. We live on property about 150 yards away with no line of sight.   Self-Check In at the house using the lock box.    Enjoy locally sourced snacks - WHEN AVAILABLE -- and drinks thoughtfully provided by your Hosts, while you explore the house.  Whimsically curated decor to bring in woodsy charm of your new favorite getaway.   Put away the basic groceries you purchased en-route.   We know there is no view from the accommodations, because of where it is located.  You're meant to go outside.  Like, FR.  ;-)  Relax on the porch, open the adult beverages you brought with. Put on your sturdy shoes and take a stroll down to the scenic creek, free from all other distractions.  Check out the picnic pavilion.  Consider a picnic for tomorrow. Hike back up the hill (moderate/rocky) to the house.   Light the fire (wood provided) and cook some veggies or chops on the gas grill.    [X] Make S'mores  [X] Have your own private bonfire.   Visit with other adults on the comfy porch or lawn under big sky while star gazing.   Sleep soundly on comfortable new memory foam mattresses with UGG bedding and hospitality grade linens.   Wake up refreshed and make coffee.  Slip out silently onto the porch and watch wildlife and birds.   Read or journal.  Eat breakfast or pack a knapsack for the trail.  Take eco-friendly bug spray and sunblock (provided). Following the clearly marked trail, admire the wild meadows with no other traffic.  Contemplate the amazing limestone bluffs that are indigenous to the area. Run the trails.  Walk along the scenic creek (again!!)  Have a breakfast bar and juice in the picnic pavilion.  Imagine what this land looked like 150 years ago Spend time re-wilding.  Forage for herbs and plants.  Spot birds.  (Bring the binoculars from the cabin!) Hunt for shed deer antlers and Morel mushrooms.  Watch the eagles. Since no chemicals have been used here since 1987, it is safe to harvest a few plants for yourself.  (Please be considerate, leave some for others, and practice good stewardship of natural resources; Pack it in/Pack it out/leave no trace.)  The adjoining properties are still used for farming; it is possible you may see workers or animals across the pasture, but they won't intrude on your time, they're busy! These are working animals and machinery, so give them space.  Fences may have electrical current.  Don't touch wire fences. Take a private, romantic hike with your special someone.  Photograph the century old remains of the original farm. Stroll through the rolling hills.  Pick a couple apples from one of the 5 apple trees Nana-Eva planted in 1942.   Admire the Day Lilys Mom planted in 1967.  (On the driveway, near the gates Blooming in early summer.)  Eat some wild blackberries or grapes right off the vines.  Planted by Great Grandpa Otis in 1937.  (Look along fence lines for these) June bearing fruit. [X] Relax in the safety and awesomeness of your natural wild environment. NEW!!!!!! Art Escapes. As us how. After a quick shower and you're off to explore town! Drive through picturesque S.E. Minnesota.  We are close to Historic Mantorville.  Pass by wineries, quaint antique shops and stagecoach hotel.  So, did you go North, South, East or West? Did you visit a nearby Festival or Fair?  See a Stagecoach?  Visit the Opera House?  Cycling?  Riding?  Find a local small batch brewery?  Did you go to the Farmer's Market?  Did you go to Rochester, Home of the Mayo Clinic and visit the city sights?  Were you berry picking?  Or did you go shopping at a variety of cute shops and boutiques? Antiquing?  We recommend a church supper if you can find one, or a VFW BBQ!  How about the Food Trucks?  Maybe you stopped at Burgers and Shake joint?  Did you get a massage and pedi?  Pop and ice cream at The Chocolate Shoppe?  Walk along the river?  Or were you more adventurous and went tubing on the Zumbro!? Art, you participating in our ART INSTALLATION? More late-night snuggling under the stars with your favorite person on the patio. Another fine, soft, evening here watching the fireflies.   Wake up Sunday, re-energized and re-connected with your loved ones.   Take your coffee and walk down to the covered pavilion.  A quick breakfast of fresh eggs you bought from the Farmers Market and homemade bread, and you're off. You have had a perfect small-town getaway at The Tiny Lumber Jack! Make sure you have all your things, let Host(s) know you're departing, and lock the door!  Plan your return trip!  See you soon!
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Tiny homes in Minnesota guide

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Welcome to Hipcamp, your go-to source for unique camping experiences. If you're looking for a cozy getaway in a tiny home, we've got you covered in Minnesota. With over 20 options available, you're sure to find the perfect tiny home retreat. From The Wooded Retreat with 19 rave reviews to Bending River Cove Tiny Homes with 2 happy campers, you'll be surrounded by nature and comfort. Prices start as low as $35 per night, with an average of $175. Enjoy popular amenities such as cooking equipment, campfires, and trash services. And if you're up for adventure, you can indulge in fall fun, whitewater paddling, and boating. So pack your bags and get ready for a memorable camping experience in Minnesota!

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