What is a Park Model RV Home?

A park model RV is a type of recreational vehicle that is designed for long-term (private land) or seasonal use in recreational vehicle parks (at the river for example) or your private back yard.

Park model RVs are typically constructed on a single chassis, like a travel trailer, but they are wider and have a more residential look and feel. They are designed to be set up in one location and remain stationary for extended periods of time, often connected to utilities such as water, electricity, and sewage systems. They may have features such as full-sized kitchens, bathrooms, living areas, bedrooms and look like a small guest home.

These units are typically not intended for frequent travel or highway use, although they may be transported to the RV park at the river or campground initially for long term stay. They often come with slide-out sections that can expand the interior space, and some models even include single and double loft areas for additional sleeping or storage.

With nearly 400 square feet of living space, our energy efficient Athens series and Sierra Limited series of park models offer remarkable function thanks to full-size appliances, built-in storage cabinets, covered porches and attractive architectural features.

Park model RVs are popular among people who want a guest home on their current property, but prefer flexibility and affordability compared to traditional brick and mortar-built homes.

However, it’s important to note that regulations regarding the use of park model RVs can vary by city, state, and RV campground, so it’s essential to check local regulations and park guidelines before purchasing or using one. It’s important to check with local zoning and building authorities to understand the specific rules and regulations in your area if you’re considering purchasing one of our Park Models for your property.