Tiny homes in Pennsylvania with showers

With activities for all four seasons, camping in Pennsylvania is the perfect way to take in the state's wild forests and Appalachian mountains.

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7 top tiny homes sites in Pennsylvania with showers

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Fairview Farms Airfield

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents66 acres · Pine Grove, PA
The 66-acre property has been licensed as an airport (PS20) since the 1980s. It is currently an active, private airport. We don't sell fuel or offer services beyond camping so we primarily have only air traffic with few to no landings each year. In other words, it is very quiet here except during the occasional low pass. We are very eager for pilots to fly in and camp out! The beautiful sunsets and stargazing night skies are a real treat for anyone that comes to visit. Lots of deer, birds, and other wildlife can be seen out and about. Bring your telescope and binoculars to view all the property has to offer! Note that we are always working to improve our slice of heaven, thus we do have tools, vehicles, and equipment stored around the farm that if not used now will be one day. We appreciate your understanding that some areas are used for our personal / farm storage. If you're not into looking at our farmware, there are a few nearby campgrounds. The hot tub is located next to the owner's home. Guests are welcome to use this at any time but must reserve and pay for a time slot. * Book this through the Extras * We are within walking distance of Swatara State Park and close to the Appalachian Trail. Short drive to the local winery, bowling alley, pub/diner, and movie theater. Grocery stores and gas are also nearby. Miles of hiking, rail trail, single-track mountain biking, and kayaking are all right here! See our kayak and bike rentals under extras! Hershey Park is approximately a 30-minute drive from our location. Rausch Creek, Anthracite, and Reading off-road areas are also nearby. Note: Monthly rental discounts are available. Work-stay exchange programs are available. We are always looking for good reliable part-time help on the farm! Please ask! Fall leaves colors are looking awesome! Come enjoy the leaves by day and stars by night beside your campfire! Follow us on Instagram: @fairview_farms_airfield
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River Mountain Outdoors

5 sites · Lodging, Tents83 acres · Bloomsburg, PA
The history of the Pump House began in 1878, when three ambitious men hatched a plan for the world's first long-distance underground oil pipeline which would transport oil from well to refinery more quickly and efficiently than the horse-drawn wagons of the time. Pumping stations were needed every fifty miles along this long route to keep pressure on the pipeline so that the oil could reach its destination. Pump House Bed and Breakfast is one of the only properties in the country in which the both the original homes of the foremen and the large brick buildings remain. Doug, owner, has spent more than 20 years lovingly restoring these foreman houses as well as the large industrial brick buildings. The Brick Barn Hall once housed steam pumps to pressurize the pipe and keep the oil moving, and the Catawissa Cabin behind it served as the telegraph office. The Studio Hall contained boilers that produced the steam to power the pumps, while the adjoining Studio Cabin functioned as a blacksmith's workspace. Today, the buildings function as reception spaces for weddings and other special events, and house private suites as well as an art studio where Doug pursues his work and teaches drawing, ceramics, and stained glass classes. The Season House, one of the two foreman homes, features additional guest accommodations while Doug resides in the other foreman house. Visit and experience a piece of PA history! The 2004 This Old House feature on Doug's
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West Creek Campground

15 sites · Lodging70 acres · Waller, PA
West Creek Campground is your premier glamping experience. With tons of sites to choose from and customizable levels of comfort, you are able to enjoy all that nature has to offer without compromising your needs. West Creek offers tents, tiny homes, large cabins, canvas tents, and more! Only 8 miles from Ricketts Glen and with tons of other activities on our grounds and around us, it's the perfect nature getaway!
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Neal Homestead Camp

6 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Brookville, PA
There are 5 sites to stop with an RV or tent plus a stone cabin with loft. The soil is very rocky not easy to farm so Grandpa said they " lived on elderberries and groundhog". 17 miles away is Punxsytawney home of the famous groundhog. There is 50 acres with a pink marked trail to Red Bank Creek and back up through a hemlock forest. A small stream runs through the property and forms a rocky delta in Red Bank Creek. I love the rocks on the property huge and small. Hike, enjoy the sound of the stream tickling through property, stargaze, or rest and relax in a hammock. There is one along the little stream and one at Outdoor Adventure Camp Site. No hunting on property but fishing allowed. Please keep fires in firepit and noise levels low.
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Cosey Cabin

2 sites · Lodging2 acres · Greencastle, PA
This is a 160 square foot tiny house/cabin in a small wooded area at the rear of my 2 acre property. A separate 90 square foot bath house is also provided. Both are primitive, ie, no electric or running water. The are some solar lights and candles for nighttime. Enjoy laying in the hammocks with a nice camp fire in the evening. The house is heated with a small wood stove but there is no air conditioning. Cook either on the wood stove or over the fire outside. In the summertime it is nice and private with the surrounding vegetation
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Strawflower Farm

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Glen Mills, PA
We are a family run Flower Farm. We also grow fruit and vegetables, and we have Angora Goats, Alpacas, chickens, and a turkey, and a cat. We offer cut your own flowers and pick your own berries! We can also introduce you to our animals. I don’t know what else to say I guess just come on over and try us out.
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Beautiful Tiny House on Horse Farm

1 site · Lodging20 acres · Pipersville, PA
The area where the tiny house is parked is private and beautiful with fresh green sod just planted last fall. This truly is a scenic and idyllic place to unwind after a long day at work. Complete with fire pit, hammock swing and a tree wrapped in lights for a cozy glow. Hi all, my listing is for a very specific group of people. This is my personal home and I am away in Germany for the time being and I don’t know when I’ll return. I have someone managing the property while I’m away. Who this listing will suit: - Someone looking to stay 2-4 months - Someone that is ok using a compost toilet or is willing to walk 300 ft to the barn to use the flush toilets - Someone ok with farm animals and farm smells - Someone that will take care of my house like it’s their own without the expectations of what an airbnb should be. It’s just my home I’m renting out, not a business I’m running. Whenever maintenance is needed I have someone I can send out to you. I’m very communicative (putting into consideration the 6 hour time difference) and love to problem solve is ever an issue arises. I love honesty and direct communication. That’s most helpful. - Someone who does not party or do drugs - Someone single (no overnight partners) Please don’t send me a booking request, instead send me an inquiry so I don’t have to deal with bnb system. If that’s you, keep reading! :D I’d love to have you stay in my tiny house. She’s located on a patch of green grass (fresh sod planted last summer) behind some trees on an active horse farm. The scenery is idyllic, it was truly my little piece of heaven when I lived there. In the evenings when everything was quiet and still and the sun was setting, I’d just sit there in my hammock chair or on my steps and take in the beauty. In the day time, there are visitors on the farm sometimes, riding horses (this is a horse boarding farm) you may see some people here and there but the area is pretty private and the people aren’t generally loud. I've been here a few years and have felt totally safe. There are cameras in the parking lot on the property where people come and go. We also have goats, chickens, donkeys, etc. The house is parked far enough away that you feel like you have you own space. Details about the house: It’s a lived in home, the butcher block countertop isn’t in perfect shape, the front door is a little weathered and some of the doors inside have some scuffs. But this is just me and my perfectionist mentality ;) Otherwise the home is absolutely lovely. I loved coming home after work every day. It was my place to unwind from the hectic world. - The home is under 250 square ft including the loft. It feels very spacious, has tall ceilings and dons 12 windows for an open feel. - My home is furnished, complete with everything you need in the kitchen to live and cook. - The bed is upstairs in the loft and access to the loft is via a metal rung ladder. Not easily accessible for small children or the elderly. - I have a powerful mini split unit that can quickly heat and cool the home. - The bathroom has a spacious shower, large sink and a compost toilet. There are 2 bathrooms in the main barn that have flush toilets that you are free to use for #2 if you don't like the ideal of composting. #1 is totally doable in the compost toilet as it goes straight outside. The bathroom also has heated floors. - The property has a large dumpster that gets picked up on Fridays, you are free to put your trash in there. - The lawn is mowed by the landowners - I have filtered water (carbon) that comes from the smaller tap next to the kitchen sink - WIFI included Message me with any questions!
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Overview

Pennsylvania is a land of contrasts. Historic cities and industrial towns give way to the patchwork farmlands of Amish Country and the rugged hills of the Appalachian Trail. Dramatic canyons and forested mountains sweep through the heart of the Keystone State, providing endless terrain for hiking, kayaking, and mountain biking. Pennsylvania weather is notoriously changeable, but the best season for camping is May through October. Snow covers much of the state from December through March, so swap tent camping for a heated RV, replace your hiking boots with snowshoes, and head to one of 22 ski resorts.

Where to go

Pennsylvania Wilds

The evocatively named Pennsylvania Wilds blanket the north and boast some of the state’s best camping and hiking. Views of Pine Creek Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania,” can be enjoyed at Leonard Harrison and Colton Point State Parks, and there are primitive tent sites and RV sites in the surrounding Tioga State Forest. To the west, the Allegheny National Forest covers more than 500,000 acres, with kayaking, ATV and mountain biking trails, and a national scenic byway.

Pittsburgh & the Great Lakes

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s second-largest city, is the first stop in the state’s southwestern corner, and several state parks lie within easy reach. Top of the list is Ohiopyle State Park, where adrenaline seekers go to raft or kayak along the white-water rapids of the Youghiogheny River. In the north, camp resorts and RV parks with full hookups dot the shores of Lake Erie, and you can hop over to the Presque Isle State Park to hike, windsurf, and bird-watch.

South-Central Pennsylvania

West of the Philadelphia region, the state capital, Harrisburg, is the gateway to the southern stretch of Pennsylvania’s Appalachian Trail. Just to the south, a day trip to the chocolate capital of Hersey is a must to stock up for all those s’mores around the campfire, and there’s back-to-basics camping in Amish Country around Lancaster. The Allegheny Mountains rise to the west, where campers can hike in the backwoods, paddle along lazy rivers, or hit the ski slopes.

East Pennsylvania

All roads in eastern Pennsylvania lead to Philadelphia, where you can dive into US history and take a peek at the Liberty Bell. For a wilderness camping experience, head north into the Poconos Mountains—there are more than 100 miles of hiking trails in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, including 28 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Further west, Ricketts Glen State Park has waterfall hikes and a family campground with yurts, cabin rentals, RV camping, and tent sites.

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