Do you dream of living in a Tiny House?

Lobelia

Lobelia is an 864 sq. ft. two bedroom, straw bale, passive solar with kitchen, common spaces and composting toilet. One of the larger tiny houses available, it is the perfect size for a family. It comes with gardens, solar panels, shed and root cellar space.

Woodhenge

Woodhenge is a 525 sq. ft. timber frame, straw bale, earthen plaster tiny home for sale or rent. In addition to passive solar design with radiant floors, there is a kitchenette, shed, garden space, and addition that could be used as an outdoor kitchen or extra bedroom/studio.

Wisteria

This 240 sq. ft. passive solar tiny house cabin has a light clay straw insulation with natural plaster on the interior and reclaimed barn wood for siding. For sale or rent, this tiny home is ideal for an individual or a couple trying to reduce their impact while living in a green community.

Grain Bin

The Grain Bin is a straw bale insulated tiny home for rent that has two floors with separate entrances. It could be used as a one room studio or a two room apartment space. With shed and garden space included, it is a great landing place for people joining our tiny house community.

Experience Sustainable Living in a Community Full of Tiny Houses!

Do you long to live more simply in a tiny house surrounded by people who share your values?

Are you interested in exploring whether living in community is right for you?

Are you ready to downsize your lifestyle, so you can focus on the things that really matter in life?

Experience Sustainable Living in a Community Full of Tiny Houses!

Do you long to live more simply in a tiny house surrounded by people who share your values?

Are you interested in exploring whether living in community is right for you?

Are you ready to downsize your lifestyle, so you can focus on the things that really matter in life?

Experience Sustainable Living in a Community Full of Tiny Houses!

Do you long to live more simply in a tiny house surrounded by people who share your values?

Are you interested in exploring whether living in community is right for you?

Are you ready to downsize your lifestyle, so you can focus on the things that really matter in life?

Discover Sustainable Tiny House Community Living Firsthand!

  • Tiny Homes using natural building techniques and green construction
  • Kitchen Co-ops, Shower Co-ops and other shared infrastructure
  • Renewable energy
  • Permaculture design & organic gardening
  • Inner sustainability & communication skills
  • Ecovillage decision-making and governance
  • 280 acres, gorgeous swimming pond, walking trails…
  • And much more!

Discover Sustainable Tiny House Community Living Firsthand!

  • Tiny Homes using natural building techniques and green construction
  • Kitchen Co-ops, Shower Co-ops and other shared infrastructure
  • Renewable energy
  • Permaculture design & organic gardening
  • Inner sustainability & communication skills
  • Ecovillage decision-making and governance
  • 280 acres, gorgeous swimming pond, walking trails…
  • And much more!

Learn How To Live Lightly In a Tiny Home Community

  • Come along and spend up to two weeks diving deep into sustainable living with 8 – 15 other people in your Visitor Session.
  • Join us and immerse yourself in informative and hands-on workshops where you learn about life at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage.
  • Spend time touring and exploring tiny houses with a variety of construction techniques.
  • Create community with us by helping out with various tasks like natural building projects, organic & permaculture gardening, food processing, cooking, and other daily activities.
  • Delight in seeing how you too can live tiny in an intentional community.
  • Become an insider and join us while we have fun, relax, hang out, play sports, and sometimes have parties, game nights, or talent shows. If you play an instrument or sing, you might find an enthusiastic and participatory audience!

Learn How To Live Lightly In a tiny home Community

  • Come along and spend up to two weeks diving deep into sustainable living with 8 – 15 other people in your Visitor Session.
  • Join us and immerse yourself in informative and hands-on workshops where you learn about life at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage.
  • Spend time touring and exploring tiny houses with a variety of construction techniques.
  • Create community with us by helping out with various tasks like natural building projects, organic & permaculture gardening, food processing, cooking, and other daily activities.
  • Delight in seeing how you too can live tiny in an intentional community.
  • Become an insider and join us while we have fun, relax, hang out, play sports, and sometimes have parties, game nights, or talent shows. If you play an instrument or sing, you might find an enthusiastic and participatory audience!

Come and Discover Why Our Past Program Participants Gave Their Experience Here an average 4.7 Star Rating!

4.7/5
  •  I took the soil of my negative and self-destructive views, and with the help of the people of Dancing Rabbit, planted a seed of hope: hope for a better quality of life, hope for a better relationship between myself and the people I interacted with, and hope for the future of my local ecosystems. That short stay has led me to crave more, and has also led me to think about Dancing Rabbit on an almost daily basis. I miss that special corner of the world. It’s truly magical.

    Jorge Orozco-Roller

  • I first heard about DR 15 years ago, finally came to visit for the first Saturday tour of 2019 back in April, and was so intrigued and really just wanted the chance to have a more extended experience of this amazing place! The highlights for me were the sessions that shone a light on the daily lives of the residents here and how they make things workable and conducive to whatever needs they have to accomplish. I loved the hands-on opportunity to help Hassan make his sand/clay/straw concoction and the opportunity to get so gloriously muddy applying it to the wall. Although it was totally not planned, one of my favorite memories was getting trapped in a big barn during a torrential thunderstorm and hailstorm!

    Thank you for all your hard work and effort in putting this together for us to learn about your amazing home! Your community has been so great about opening itself up to complete strangers and loving and educating them!

    Sarah Jiles

  • Dancing Rabbit was like a tornado that whipped up all my life plans and tore them to shreds. I was supposed to be moving into my new house in Maine and living happily ever after. But then I discovered community. And now I crave it. I can’t get it out of my mind. I dream about it at night and daydream all waking hours. Where to even begin…

    Holding hands in silence before a group potluck dinner. Playing ultimate frisbee and getting schooled by a 12 year old. Nature walks listening to billions of birds chirping away. Invaluable workshops about how to communicate with humans (surprisingly more complex than I would have thought). Pondering the possibilities of sustainable living. Re-imagining what society could be. Are you beginning to get the picture? This was what I was so fortunate to experience for two incredible weeks at Dancing Rabbit. And I miss it. The longer I’m gone, the more I crave life as a Rabbit. It’s like Dan’s delightful farm-grown wine or Ted’s pungent goat cheese – it only grows finer with time.

    Tucker Walsh

  • “You will get an education and life experience in this program that you can not find anywhere else and the experience will be something you think about the rest of your life. You will discover aspects of being a human that we all forgot about a long time ago.”

    Ken Douglass

  • “I appreciate the many opportunities for personal growth and the ability to be vulnerable and honest in a community that is compassionate and respects real emotion. I would feel safer being a nonbinary person in a community that actually sees the humanity in everyone.”

    Katie Sumner

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