For As Little As $69 Per Night
Rice Lake, WI – – May 6, 2021 – – From an off-grid tiny home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado to a six-person cabin situated up on a bluff overlooking San Diego, ESCAPE Vacations offer summer social distance getaways across the country – – for as little as $66 per night.
“Our settings are remote, close to nature and near major cities so folks don’t have to travel by air to enjoy a short getaway that is safe and peaceful,” says Dan Dobrowolski, founder of ESCAPE Homes, a leader in the design of tiny houses on wheels. “The whole concept of our getaways is to distance, disconnect and rediscover.”
This 183 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to four and is located just minutes from Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. It features a private outdoor lounge and patio area with grill and light, spacious open floor plan. Priced from $125 per night.
This 344 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to six and is situated up on a bluff, overlooking San Diego and the Mount Helix Valley. Guests have access to a private pool and garden and San Diego’s beaches and downtown are within a 15 minute drive. From $113 per night.
This 183 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two and is located less than 5 minutes from from downtown San Jose. It features a queen size bed, smart TV with Netflix & Hulu and complimentary breakfast. Priced from $129 per night.
This 269 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to three is situated in a quiet neighborhood close to downtown San Jose. It features an open floor plan, wifi, luxury kitchen and bath and complimentary breakfast. Priced from $115 per night
This 388 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to four and is situated in the gold country hills of Calaveras County. It features an exterior of Shou Sugi Ban (the Japanese technique of charred siding), two sleeping lofts with five-foot ceilings, full-size kitchen and bath, and first floor multi-purpose living and dining areas. Guests can visit the seasonal pond and walnut orchards at the adjacent Twin Rivers Ranch – a 40-acre private ranch. Priced from $178 per night.
This 276 square-foot off-grid tiny house can sleep up to three and is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. It sits on 30 acres surrounded by national forest and is 25 minutes from Vail and just steps from the Vail Pass Trail Head. Priced from $182 per night.
This 388 square-foot off-grid tiny house can sleep up to five and is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. It features two sleeping lofts, full kitchen and bath, living, dining areas and a panorama of windows that draw the mountains in. Priced from $179 per night.
These 400 square-foot cottages can sleep up to six and feature private patio space, panoramic views of the pool and/or community fire pit and are steps from colorful Colorado Springs.
This 183 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two and is situated in the 140-year-old village of Mount Dora on Lake Dora, just 45 minutes from Orlando. Sit under the hand-made Polynesian tiki hut that came from Disney World while enjoying a fire, take a dip in the pool, sunbathe, listen to nature and relax. Priced from $76 per night.
This 183-square-foot tiny house can sleep up to four and is located within walking distance of East Lake Golf Club, home of the PGA Tour Championship in a peaceful private lot with easy access to everything in Atlanta. Priced from $75 per night.
This 344 square-foot tiny house, known as “The Sugar Shack,” can sleep up to four and sits in the heart of Gold Spike Resort’s tower courtyard in the heart of Las Vegas. The solar-powered house features queen bed on the main floor and full bed in the elevated loft, as well as a table with seating for 4 and bathroom amenities. The Sugar Shack also features a small front yard with a seating area and a fire pit. Priced from $125 per night.
This 180 square-foot Hudson Valley, NY ESCAPE Vista – known as “The Glass House” – can sleep up to two and sits on 30 acres of rolling hills just 90 minutes from Manhattan. The solar powered, off-grid getaway boasts 360 degree views of the Hudson Valley and nearby vineyards and apple orchards.Outdoor dining area and fire pit. Priced from $164 per night.
Several ESCAPE designs are situated at this new resort, located just two hours outside of Manhattan. The resort is situated on a cliff overlooking the Catskill Creek and each tiny home features a grill, and firepit, Saturday morning yoga, kayaking, indoor and outdoor games, a lending library, wifi and cable, as well as the services of a personal raw food chef who can prepare meals for guests using produce from the resort garden. Priced from $250 per night.
This 388 square-foot house can sleep up to two people and is situated on an acre of private space just 1 1/2 hours from New York City. Nature is everywhere with deer, fox, herons, groundhogs and turtles frequently seen throughout the area. Slate outdoor patio and pathway for walks and Weber grill also featured. Priced from $275 per night.
This 162 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to four people and is tucked into North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains. It is steps from hiking in the Appalachians and white water rafting on the Nantahala River. A secret swimming hole and fire pit are also featured. Priced from $135 per night.
This 319 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two and is situated between Mountain City, TN and Boone, NC. It features a private patio, fire pit and beautiful mountain views. Hiking, art galleries, snow skiing, and mountain biking are nearby and a private RV space is located on a nearby lot for your accompanying guests. Priced from $108 per night.
This 200 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two and is situated on a private property in downtown historic district of Beaverton, OR. It features a private patio garden, complimentary breakfast and access to dining, music and art galleries. Priced from $69 per night.
This 388 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two is located in Driftwood Texas, making it easy to access and explore the Hill Country or Austin. It features two lofts and a panorama of window, wifi, Bluetooth speaker, two flatscreen TV’s, full kitchen and full bathroom (with bathtub), and full size bed. Priced from $136 per night.
This 319 square-foot tiny house can sleep up to four and is tucked away less than a mile from Virginia’s Brew Ridge Trail. is a brand-new, self-contained tiny home with a plethora of windows and natural light…gives you the sense of sleeping outdoors. While staying at The Big Tiny House, take in the fresh air or enjoy the fire pit and the sheer amount of amenities packed into this cool little spot. Priced from $170 per night.
This 183-square-foot tiny house can sleep up to two and is nestled in a small, forested neighborhood filled with animal and plant life just four miles from Mount Rainier National Park. An attached deck and large patio with fire pit draw guests outdoors. Priced from $135 per night.
This 282 square-foot ESCAPE Tradition can sleep up to four and is tucked in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains with access to hundreds of trails for hiking, backpacking, horseback riding and mountain biking. The tiny house features a full-size kitchen and bath, two sleeping lofts, large TV and blue-ray. Priced from $126 per night.
Five unique ESCAPE Home designs are featured at this remote getaway adjacent to the award-winning Canoe Bay resort and nestled among160 acres of rolling mixed hardwood forests with wetlands and two private lakes. Guests enjoy miles of hiking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and can indulge in seasonal dinners in the Canoe Bay lakefront dining room. Priced from $125 per night.
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ESCAPE is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of innovative portable tiny homes that blend the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and are inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.
Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury, and Kelly Davis (AIA) award winning architect emeritus from SALA Architects in Minneapolis, to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way.
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