Featured on Curbed Ski
Jan 27, 2014
These ski towns might be the best places to invest in real estate, but not everyone is buying. Instead, Curbed Ski predicts that Recreational Park Trailers like the ones made by the Jackson Hole-based design firm Wheelhaus are about to go mainstream. Although we featured the luxury, portable living spaces back in April 2013, a […]
Featured on Boston Herald
Jan 23, 2014
Every once in a while, a little vacation is just the thing to recharge and rejuvenate. There’s a segment of the traveling public, however, that defines “little vacation” as something quite different — as in renting and staying in a structure that could fit entirely into most living rooms.
Featured on Ray Core
Mar 20, 2013
Jackson Hole, Wyoming entrepreneur Jamie Mackay had a vision. An owner of one of the Valley’s most luxury cabin resorts, Jamie has taken Recreational Park Trailers (RPTs) to the next level. With a passion for sustainable building techniques, Jamie saw RAY-CORE’s energy saving insulated panels as a perfect fit. With innovative design and a careful […]
Featured on One Kind Design
Dec 23, 2012
Fireside Resort features an innovative new perspective on mountain town lodging in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The luxury resort offers 19 ski cabins that reflect the heritage of the valley’s original homesteader cabins. That rustic appeal is then combined with understated elegance and modern conveniences. Every cabin is designed to offer a combination of rustic and […]
Featured on Small House Bliss
Nov 29, 2012
The Wedge is a small transportable cabin designed and built by WheelHaus. It is a park model trailer, built on a trailer chassis and registered as a recreational vehicle (RV). A park model trailer is typically used as a vacation cottage or small retirement home, but would also make an affordable home for a young […]
Featured on Time
September 17, 2012
Urbanite Julie Heiner, from Atlanta, married a guy who loved rural Jackson Hole, Wyo., and dreamed of a family camping trip out West. “He’s kind of this outdoorsy fellow who’s definitely married to a city girl, and I think our three kids are citified too,” she says. So instead of camping, they went glamping.
Featured on Jetson Green
Mar 9, 2012
When I first saw The Wedge, pictured in this article, I immediately thought about the Caboose, which is a tiny house in Wyoming that we mentioned about a year ago. It turns out both of these off-site fabricated cabins are made by Wyoming-based Wheelhaus. Check it out, this is a company that’s turning out next-gen […]
Featured on Tiny House Blog
Feb 29, 2012
I featured the WheelHaus cabins in a previous post and the company is coming up with some great new designs. I thought you would enjoy their latest park model cabin called the Wedge. This is a manufactured park model home built in Wyoming and an alternative for tiny house living.