Set on a 25-acre lake in Vermont, this tiny house in Camp Wapanacki is a must-visit spot for campers and glampers alike. In this video, Levi Kelly tours the accommodation, which was once a boathouse that hosted America’s 30th president, Calvin Coolidge.
The spot where the former 1916 boathouse is, was also converted into the country’s first camp for the blind, and now features a tiny house accommodation with a beautiful lake view.
The tiny house is nestled on a lake and among the trees. It has all the amenities one would need for a comfortable stay, including a fully equipped kitchen, a cozy bed, couches to lounge around, and an en-suite bathroom.
Glampers will also enjoy mornings sitting on the porch with tables and chairs while sipping on their coffee.
For those who are looking for a more comfortable camping experience, Camp Wapanacki might be the place for you. With stunning views of the lake and surrounding woods, this is the camping experience you wouldn’t want to miss.
Watch the video above for a full tour.