By Evie Carrick
July 09, 2019

Tiny homes may be pint-sized, but at this tiny home village, the backdrop is anything but.

The entrance to Glacier National Park — all 1,583-square-miles of it — sits steps from the colorful Tiny Home Village at St. Mary’s Village. Here, when guests start to feel as if their tiny home really is too tiny, over 700 miles of hiking and biking trails and the park’s iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road await.

Courtesy of Pursuit
Courtesy of Pursuit

When it’s time to settle in for the evening, it’s easy to feel right at home. Each house sleeps up to four and has a separate bath house with a shower, jetted tub, two sinks, and a toilet. Eco minded travelers can rest easy knowing that each home boasts eco-forward elements like a gray water system and energy-efficient appliances.

And it wouldn’t be a tiny house village if it wasn’t crazy cute.

All ten, colorful tiny houses on the property deliver enough Instagram-worthy charm to entice even the biggest tiny-home skeptics, and the juxtaposition between the micro-homes and the mountainous exterior is hard to beat.

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Courtesy of Pursuit

From now until Sept. 26, the nightly tiny home rate is $290 and includes Wi-Fi. Each home is outfitted with a mini-fridge, microwave, and stove. Shuttle transfers to Two Medicine Lake and the Many Glacier region are available.

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