Lewis County Herald - Serving Hohenwald, Lewis County Tennessee Since 1898

Hundreds Celebrate the Opening of the Natchez Trace Tiny House Village

Visitors Enjoyed Tiny House Tours at Natchez Trace RV Campground

 

From left, Lewis County Commissioner Austin Carroll and Executive Director of the Hohenwald/Lewis County Chamber of Commerce Debbie Landers pose with members of the Natchez Trace Campground and Petite Retreats teams for the ribbon cutting.

This past Saturday, June 4, 2022 Natchez Trace Tiny House Village in Hohenwald opened to the public as nearly 500 visitors from as far away as Memphis and Knoxville came out to tour the six newest tiny homes from Petite Retreats. Visitors were able to tour the individual tiny homes, celebrate with free drinks and barbecue and take in all that the Natchez Trace RV Campground has to offer.

"Natchez Trace Tiny House Village is a beacon for the types of unique vacation rentals Petite Retreats offers and we are thrilled to open a tiny house village in Tennessee," said Petite Retreats' spokeswoman Pat Zamora. Remarkably packed with a variety of distinct features and amenities in roughly 350 square feet, the tiny houses are sure to be a hit among vacationers. "The open house provided a glimpse into the unique experience available to guests who visit the Hohenwald area and stay at the Natchez Trace Tiny House Village," Zamora added.

Each of the six specially designed tiny houses at Natchez Trace measures 30 feet long, sleeps two to six guests and comes fully equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, satellite TV, and its own unique personality reflected in the carefully selected design and décor.

 

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