Win a Tiny House Stay: Fireside Resort at Jackson Hole

By Chloe Stein

This contest has ended—good luck to all who participated! Stay tuned for the winner's announcement, which will go live on December 11th.

The tiny house from the exterior.

Ever wondered what it would be like to "sleep tiny?"

We've teamed up with the incredible Fireside Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to give you and your glamper of choice a spectacular getaway in one of our most prized tiny houses.

Enter to win this giveaway, and you'll receive a two-night stay at the Kamp Cabin tiny house!

Want to enter? Click here, and be sure to scroll down for additional info!

The bedroom in the tiny house.
Located in Wilson, Wyoming, and just a short drive away from Yellowstone National Park, the owners of the Kamp Cabin tiny house have turned their resort into one of our top destinations in Jackson Hole—not to mention, the ultimate honeymoon destination.

Inside the tiny house.
The Kamp Cabin tiny house is certainly a romantic getaway. It's close proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park, however, make it the perfect weekend vacation for any adventurous duo—just take a look at it's surroundings!

Inside the tiny house.
Its top features include a sturdy wood-paneled floor, large windows which let in the morning light, and a charming fire pit for evenings under the stars.

Inside the tiny house.
But that's not it, their accommodations on site are also sustainably-built and LEED-certified cabins, all of which redefine luxury lodging as a whole.

The tiny house from the outside at nighttime.
More than all that, the Fireside Resort provides guests with an unforgettable stay—enveloped by nature and coupled with a five-star, boutique-hotel experience. Enter to win a stay at this tiny house today!

Want to win an additional prize? Head to our recent Instagram post, and tag a friend in the comments!

A special thanks to our Instagram partners: @littlesouthernwife, @ambertorrealba, @meandertheworld, @bailylamb, @timetravelblonde, @whatthedoost, and @obsessedbyportia!

What is the Tiny House Movement?

By Emily Nehme

Simply put, the tiny house movement is the recent trend to downsize one's physical living space. People are making the decision to give up their full-size homes for petite households that range anywhere from 100 to 400 square feet. The result? An eco-friendly, cost-saving, and sustainable lifestyle. These creatively-designed properties have all the necessities of a cozy, comfortable life while offering the motivation to keep up with a more active routine.

Gone are the days of hiding from the sun to lounge on the couch and binge on reality TV shows. Gone are the days of stressing about cleaning every corner of a three-bedroom home. Gone are the days of struggling to scrape up the funds to pay the mortgage. When living the tiny life, these worries diminish—giving you the opportunity to truly live life to the fullest.

A tiny house in the woods.

Upgrade by downsizing. Tiny homes like this are sustainable, stylish, and affordable!

What are tiny houses?

Tiny houses come in a variety of creative shapes and sizes and can accommodate an entire family. They can be built suite-style to resemble a hotel room or tall and narrow for a modern twist on a loft. They can be stand-still timber huts or miniature portable homes on wheels ready to take you all over the globe. The endless, innovative designs inspire a unique combination of simplicity and comfort—a lifestyle that will make you wonder why you ever dreamed of owning a many-storied mansion.

A tiny house in Hawaii.

Tiny living is the new coast-to-coast trend—and even beyond the coasts, like this tiny home in Hawaii!

What are the benefits of tiny living?

The benefits of tiny living are plentiful. This life is suitable for anyone looking to go green, as these small structures use minimal resources and can easily be powered using renewable energy. Additionally, the smaller physical capacity calls for less material posessions, reducing the amount of clutter that seems endless in today’s materialistic world. Fewer things and less space also means diminished costs!

Lastly, tiny living adds the feeling of freedom to the mix. The accommodation provides all the necessities needed for a comfortable lifestyle but now, the temptation to waste away indoors is lacking. The tiny-house movement is suitable for anyone looking to benefit from these perks—and let’s face the truth, everyone is.

A tiny house in Texas.

From chic to rustic, tiny houses provide a unique combination of elegance and comfort, and this tiny home in Texas is no exception!

Why glamp in a tiny house?

The tiny house movement is a spectacular phenomenon, but it does require drive and commitment to start. For those who are still on the fence, why not give tiny house glamping a try? Adventurers, explorers, and nature lovers are bound to enjoy a change of scenery every now and then. One of the best kind of luxury glamping retreats are those that allow you to relax at no additional expense. Cue tiny house glamping! Think about the possibility of eliminating the stress of high costs, both monetary and environmental, while reaping the benefits of an exclusive getaway.

Tiny house movement in Florida.

You can even take your tiny home on a tiny adventure if it has wheels!

You might be living small, but don’t be afraid to act big! As inviting and cozy as tiny houses can be, the adventure begins from when you first step out of the front door. Whether you’re hidden away in a national park or facing a beautiful lake, glampers have access to an endless number of activities including hiking, biking, canoeing, bird watching, and more. Take your pick of chic, modern tiny houses—from wheeled huts nestled in the wilderness to mini beach houses overlooking a stunning ocean view, we’ll find the best tiny glamping spot for you.

Tiny house movement in New Jersey.

Glamp in style at this tiny home in New Jersey.

Take the first step in the tiny house movement, and glamp at any one of Glamping Hub’s tiny houses across the U.S. and beyond!


Hungry for more? Click here to see Glamping Hub's thousands of luxury accommodations worldwide. For more information on types of glamping, keep exploring our blog!