What is a Park Model?
Park model homes are mainly designed as recreational homes, and are often found in campgrounds where they are used seasonally. Park models are transportable, however most are designed to be permanently placed anywhere a mobile home or RV would be allowed. Each park model is constructed on a trailer chassis, and axles are mounted to make the building a recreational vehicle. Every park model home must be certified by an RPTIA member manufacturer, which ensures that it complies with a strict set of guidelines. The manufacturers are required to build to specific industry standards that cover everything from plumbing and electrical, to structural and every other component to the building. The strict guidelines for RPTIA members ensure that those purchasing park models are protected, and receive a high quality product.
In order to be classified under state and federal laws as a recreational vehicle, Park Models must be smaller than 400 square feet. If they exceed this size, they then are subject to other regulations and taxes as they qualify as a manufactured home. Our floor plans can give and take to accommodate your needs and still remain under the requried limit when adding additional bays. If you wish to stretch or widen your plan, then the corresponding width or length must be adjusted accordingly.
Park Model trailers are mainly designed for permanent or long-term location at a destination where a mobile home or RV is permitted, although they are considered a recreational vehicle and are transportable. When set up, the necessary utilities are linked to a park model to enabled the usage of home style appliances and fixtures. Park models are popularly used as a vacation home, cottage, or retirement location.