Updated: Mar 13
Every city, county and state in the country has different rules, regulations, and definitions concerning tiny homes on wheels. Your first step will be to familiarize yourself with city, county, and state zoning and planning boards concerning local laws.
You may look for willing landowners, farms, RV parks, tiny home villages, or consider purchasing real estate. Real estate often might involve running new utilities to the property in order to accommodate the tiny home, if they are legal. Sometimes they are considered as ADU’s, or accessory dwelling units on properties that already have housing on them.
Backyards where RVs or sheds are allowed
Renting your own piece of land
Newspaper classified WANTED ad
Post a WANTED ad on Facebook
On Facebook there is a group called Tiny House Hosting, and often each state will have some kind of facebook group related to tiny homes.