Indy 500 Pop-up, Boutique Tiny House Rentals

Try It Tiny Announces Pop-Up, Boutique Tiny House Hotel Experience For The Indianapolis 500

Indianapolis, IN – The month of May has arrived and Try It Tiny is kicking off its race weekend plans!

On May 5, 2017, Try It Tiny (the “Company”) announced its plans for Indy 500 race fans this year.  In addition to offering places to park RVs / tiny houses in the Indianapolis area, the Company is planning a boutique pop-up B&B experience and something tiny house enthusiasts won’t want to miss!

The offer includes three tiny houses on the same property, located walking distance to the race track.  On this privately-owned property, Guests who rent the tiny houses can stay for the long weekend and enjoy a unique, convenient and memorable event.

“We are excited to introduce a new, boutique tiny house experience to Indy 500 fans.  We welcome race fans to [literally] Try It Tiny by renting one of the tiny houses or gathering a group of race fans to rent them together.  For those who have lodging arrangements, we’re excited to welcome you to our complimentary Try It Tiny events that week for some food, fun and tiny house touring,” said Maggie, the Founder of Try It Tiny. Additional details around the week’s events will be provided by the Company on the website (

The three units vary in size, features and style offering either a group of 6-10 people or separate parties an experience of a lifetime.  For those tiny house enthusiasts who aren’t quick enough to book one of the tiny homes for the weekend, Try It Tiny is offering other opportunities during the week of the race (information to be provided on the Company’s website).  Visitors can take a tour of a tiny house and see the setup of this mini boutique experience while enjoying some race-weekend style cookout grub.

The first unit, called ‘The Tiny Pint House’ is a one of a kind house, featuring a custom-crafted, hand-carved image of a pint of beer on the front door.  The owners built the home themselves which features a sleeping loft with a queen-sized bed and a futon (twin) on the main floor.  The home also has a full bathroom, a sizable kitchen, with all major appliances, and living space that comfortably seats four to six people. While beer lovers are always welcome here, Indy 500 fans of all kinds will find themselves at home in this newly-built, Hoosier-loved tiny house.  The Tiny Pint House is 20 feet long and can be rented for $650 per night for the long weekend (Thursday through Monday).

The next unit is a high-end, craftsman’s delight.  Deceiving by name, this tiny house, coined ‘The Bindle Drum,’ is nothing shy of spectacular.  The home is full of unique reclaimed wood materials throughout and at 18 feet long, it is tiny yet seemingly-spacious.  There is a king size bed in the loft, air conditioning, a full bathroom, space for relaxing, a right-sized porch and plenty of unique touches.  The storage in this tiny house is not lacking.  Guests will enjoy finding all kinds of nooks and crannies to store their belongings for the weekend.  The Bindle Drum can be rented for $750 per night for the long weekend (Thursday through Monday).

The third and final home is a spacious sleeping quarters built by Bloomington-builder, Carpenter Owl.  The tiny house boasts two sleeping areas including a queen size bed in the main loft.  The unit also comes with eating space comfortable for 6 adults and plenty of storage.  The custom-built home uses loads of locally-sourced reclaimed materials and features multiple windows throughout so guests can cozy up and enjoy natural light at the same time.

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