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The tiny house movement is a big deal in many places around the U.S., including Colorado. Lots of people here are looking to get back to basics, stay in touch with nature, and have memorable adventures that last a lifetime.
For your next unique trip, book one of these dreamy tiny house rentals in Colorado!
This off-grid tiny home is in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and close to Vail, Ski Cooper, and the Vail Pass Trailhead. It runs on solar electricity to provide you with internet, TV, and a hot water shower. When you book this Airbnb property, you’ll be in a tiny house on 30 acres of land that’s surrounded by national forest. It is near another tiny home and a larger house too. Pets are allowed here for an extra fee. The sleeping arrangements are one queen-size bed and a floor mattress. Guests love staying here for hiking in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.
Experience off-grid luxury camping in a modern tiny house with this Airbnb rental. It offers mountain views in a remote and peaceful location, as well as 130 square feet of living space. It is 420-friendly and dog-friendly. However, children under 18 and cats are not allowed here. The host provides potable water, a fire pit, and a propane grill. This tiny house accommodates two people in a double-size bed and hammock. Make sure to bring your own food to stay here because the local restaurants are more than 20 minutes away.
Here’s an off-grid tiny house that welcomes children and dogs in Colorado. It has a full-size bed in a sleeping loft, an outdoor recreation area, and a wood-burning stove. There is no electricity or running water here, but there are some solar lights and well water provided. AWD/4WD vehicles are required to access the property in the winter due to snow. This tiny house is not in a private setting because there is a larger cabin rental that’s nearby. The bathroom is a clean porta-potty a few steps away from the tiny house. Some of the nearby attractions to this property on 8.5 wooded acres include the Rocky Mountains, Indian Peaks Wilderness, and Brainard Lake Recreation Area.
Here’s a popular Airbnb tiny house that is close to hiking, hunting, fishing, and gold-panning. It is also about 30 minutes from the Breckenridge Ski Resort and 40 minutes from Buena Vista. Known as the Tumbleweed Tiny House, the home features a solid pine interior and has both air conditioning and heating. It has a kitchen, a queen-size bed in the loft, and a twin bed downstairs. Up to three people can stay here and be comfortable. It’s also fun to spend time at the community hot tubs nearby between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Available to rent on Vrbo, you can stay in this tiny house near Estes Park and be just an hour outside of Denver. It sleeps two or three people and has lots of outdoor recreation nearby, including fly fishing, kayaking, and hiking. There are some fun live music options in Lyons to check out, so set out on foot into the downtown area from here to explore. The home is on the banks of the St. Vrain River. Features of this tiny home include a kitchen, queen-size bed in the loft, riverfront beach access, Wi-Fi, patio furniture, and picnic areas.
Another Colorado option is this 360-square-foot tiny house that sleeps up to four people. It is in a “new urbanist” neighborhood and now has air conditioning. The hosts live a block away in case you need anything. This Vrbo rental also includes Wi-Fi, TV, linens, DVD player, and vintage decorations throughout the house. There is a lot of recreation in the area, including hiking, biking, fishing, bouldering, and water sports. Great restaurants are within a five-minute walk away.
Two people can stay in this tiny house that is easily accessible from Highway 92 and five minutes from Hotchkiss. One child can stay here with two adults too, and the home is pet-friendly for one dog. You’ll have views of the Gunnison Gorge, Black Canyon, Grand Mesa, and Uncompahgre Plateau from here. The tiny home is equipped with a mini-fridge, microwave, toaster oven, and coffee maker in the kitchen. It’s a self-contained unit that is 420-friendly and has a TV set for your streaming accounts too.
An Airbnb option worth considering for your tiny house adventure is this one in Woodland Park, Colorado. It is near grocery stores, restaurants, and other convenient amenities. Your rental here includes Roku TV, a two-car driveway, a queen-size bed, and a kitchen. Small animals are allowed inside but must be on a leash when outside because there is no fence. The rental also includes Wi-Fi and a TV. Book this tiny house to enjoy views of the iconic Pike’s Peak.
The Monterey Bay is a tiny house that has a cabin vibe and is a fun getaway spot in Colorado. It is equipped with a heater and fleece blankets to keep you warm and cozy. The tiny home also has a composting toilet, fridge, coffee maker, and juice and muffins served daily. There are goats and chickens living on the property, which you’re welcome to wander around. Best for two guests, it has a double-size bed for sleeping. The host lives in the main house on the property in case you need anything.
This is one of the most highly rated tiny houses on Airbnb and an awesome pick for two guests. Its design is inspired by Asian yurts and Native American dwellings, and it uses a passive solar design for energy. The Solargon is on a 40-acre piece of land that’s about 500 feet from the host’s main house. It borders BLM land and is a quiet place off the beaten path. The home is about 350 square feet in size and equipped with a queen-size bed, stocked kitchen, bathroom with toiletries, heat, air conditioning, internet, and TV. Up to two well-behaved dogs are welcome here, and pet-sitting is even available. When you’re in this part of Colorado, there are some nice restaurants and wineries to check out.
This adorable blue tiny house is also in Woodland Park and is at the top of Peak View Park. It comes with Wi-Fi, a TV, a Bluetooth sound system, and cooking basics. It’s a fun place to book for a couple, traveling professional, or family with a small child. The sleeping arrangements are a queen-size bed and a sofa bed. This is an awesome tiny home community to be in, where you can feel like you’re getting away from it all but are still close to entertainment, shopping, and restaurants.
You’ll be just a three-minute bike ride from downtown Paonia when you stay at this cute tiny house. It is connected to the main house on the property but is still a private space with its own entrance. It offers Wi-Fi, air conditioning, a bathroom with shower, fridge/freezer, basic cooking supplies, and a workspace. For two guests, there is a double-size bed here. It’s a 420-friendly tiny house as long as you keep any smoking outdoors.
This cozy tiny house offers a queen-size sofa bed on the ground floor and a queen-size mattress in the upper loft. It’s a Woodland Park tiny home that has views of Pike’s Peak. What’s fun about this rental is that it is actually in a tiny house village among the pines and aspens. The tiny home is on wheels and measures 8.5 feet wide by 30 feet long. Dogs are welcome here as long as they stay off the furniture. Amenities inside include Wi-Fi, a TV, a kitchen, and onsite parking.
Featuring a full kitchen with farm-fresh eggs, a stocked fire pit, and high-speed Wi-Fi, this Airbnb tiny house is child-, pet-, and 420-friendly. It is near Black Canyon of the Gunnison and the Grand Mesa – about 40 minutes from both. Known as the Turquoise Door, the home also has a queen-size bed, a full-size bathroom, a small kitchen, and awesome views of the stars at night. Pets are welcome on a case-by-case basis and for a $50 fee. The home has a TV and Wi-Fi too. Come here to experience the hidden gem of Delta County, Colorado!
Spanning 400 square feet, this tiny house is available to rent on Vrbo in Colorado. It sleeps four people and has one bedroom and one bath. There are multiple rental properties in this area, which is right by the river. The bedroom has a queen-size bed and loft with two double floor mattresses for sleeping. Amenities include a deck, patio table and chairs, basic household supplies, a full-size living room sofa, and parking for two vehicles. Up to two dogs are allowed here for an extra fee. Private hot tubs are open.