Quixote Village is the permanent home for the Olympia homeless community known as Camp Quixote. Quixote Village is a self-governing community that offers individual and more private form of shelter than what is offered in a group home or apartment building.
Quixote Village houses up to 30 residents in single-occupancy cottages (often referred to as "tiny houses") which include a living space, toilet room, and front porch. The cottages are supported by a Community Building with dining, kitchen, laundry, showers, and community space, and an office suite for social programs referral assistants. The buildings surround a common green space.