Lemon Cove Village is an RV park dedicated to tiny houses on wheels, and is located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, in the foothills of the western Sierra Nevada mountain range in California, just 19 miles east of Visalia. The community of Lemon Cove has a tiny population–only 350 people–and the property itself is studded with oak trees and the air is fresh.
There are 55 sites on eleven acres; 30 sites with full hookups (sewer, water, electric) and the rest with partial hookups. There’s a community garden, and the park is dog-friendly.
The park is open to not just tiny house owners, but also anyone building a tiny house! There is even an apartment on the property available to rent, while you build your tiny house.
Space rent is $450 – $595 for a regular space, or $125 – $150 for a build site.
Signatour Tiny Home Company is a camper manufacturer in Tampa Florida that is RVIA certified, which makes their homes easier to place in an RV park. One of their best tiny houses was built for a couple on St. George Island, as a vacation retreat, and is 8′ x 24′ so approximately 192 square feet.