Writer Shannon Severson // Photo by Kay Bacon

If you’ve ever watched one of those cable shows about people who live in tiny homes and wondered, “Could I live in a tiny house? What would it be like?” then here’s your chance to try on the experience for size.

TinyCamp is a pet-friendly cluster of five custom tiny homes that sleep one to four guests and are a great summer option with Sedona’s cooler temperatures at an elevation of 5,000 feet.

“We created a unique glamping experience with luxury, sustainable tiny homes in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon,” says Darin Dinsmore, founder and CEO of TinyCamp. “Our elevated tiny homes with large decks create a tree house experience and our guests love the cool breezes, creek sounds and evenings by the fire for their summer retreat in Sedona.”

Dinsmore’s award-winning property has received rave reviews, prompting him to expand with two additional TinyCamp options — one in West Sedona and another, called Gather by TinyCamp, in the Verde Valley wine-growing region near Jerome.

For those who love to hike, West Fork and North Wilson Trails are nearby. The resort also provides visitors with Vortex information and maps. Vacation packages include romance and local wine tasting or yoga and wellness retreats for groups. In the evenings, the area’s dark skies presents stargazing opportunities as visitors soak in a private saltwater hot tub.

TinyCamp // 1331 Thompson Road, Sedona // tinycamp.com