Tiny houses in a big resort: Thousands flock to Sandy Pines each summer
HOPKINS, MI – On a hot summer day, there’s no place Scott and Jamie Wyman would rather be than relaxing at their tiny homestead on the lake at Sandy Pines Wilderness Trails.
With just 400 square feet in their “park model” recreational vehicle, a 300-square-foot enclosed porch, a generous deck and an outbuilding for their toys, the Wymans say they have more than enough room for themselves and their 13-year-old daughter.
“Our house (in Eaton Rapids) is too big. We live here 2½ months in the summer. We come home and get lost,” says Jamie Wyman as she and Scott relax on their patio deck overlooking the resort’s 260-acre manmade lake.