We are looking to rent for the month of February 2010, if you know of any park models to rent in the Yuma area.
We are looking for renting a park trailer for the month of january, february, march,,if possible around yuma az we are over 55+ no smoking no pets .very clean. email@example.com
Have park model in Casa Grande AZ resort for sale 40 K 520 560 1105 JIM.
Looking to buy a park model for the North Georgia area
My husband and I are seniors looking to rent a park model within 50 miles or so of Blythe, CA for a month from the latter part of November to the middle of December 2008. We want to try renting before we decide to buy one. We have a well behaved dog.
J & M
we are looking for a park model in the Yuma area for the month of feb 2009.fully furnished..reply with price.
there are 2 of us, no pets.we want to try it next winter and then decide if we should buy.
As park owners, we've considered park models as additions to our RV park. They are lovely & spacious, but often do not come furnished, and are expensive to have delivered & moved around (esp. in our more remote location). We've opted for on-site rental trailers, all modern, some with slide-outs, all furnished & self-contained, and can be relocated with a pick-up truck! Plus less than half the cost!
We bought two also! - one is up in New Hampshire, One is down in Ocala, FL. Both are heavily customized (I'm disabled), we went through a company called Park Models Plus. We bought both from them, they deliver anywhere in the country. They were very nice people customizing is their specialty so they didn't give a second thought to widening doors and putting in handicapped showers and bedroom and redesigning the kitchen so that I can cook. I love our park models.
Our campground that we have been going to for years, and that has several park models, which are home to several older folks full time, just sold. The new owners announced a increase of almost $300 per month, Of course you can purchase your lot for between $54,000 and $59,000, plus $1,200 per year maintance fees.(subject to change. Many of these older folks could not afford to buy or pay such high lot rent. They are now faced with moving to other campgrounds at moving costs of up to $10,000. The rest of us were lucky enough to be able to find a few lower costing campgrounds. This has shown me that park models may be nice but not a wise investment, at least not in my humble opinion. Think about paying more than you paid for the park model for a 30'x60' lot. Then you must pay an ever increasing fee for the rest of your life or it reverts back to the sellers. This has ocurred in several other campgrounds in the central Florida area this winter. If this trend continues it will soon be to the point that if a regular campground can be found, the average camper will not be able to afford to stay. I know some will say I am just crying "wolf", but I have just seen it happen first hand to several hundered campers this winter. Think long and hard before you invest in any RV you cannot get in and drive/pull off in.
We have 2 park models, one in Illinois and one in Florida. We had a home in Arcona Illinois and then bought an RV. Eventually we became fulltimers and then decided we liked the south gulf coast of Florida very much and were spending more and more time there. So we decided to buy a park model and sell the RV. We liked living in the park model so much we then decided that we wanted to spend time in Illinois (we like the summer there and we have family) but we didn't need our house. So we sold the house and bought a second park model. Now we're snowbirds in 2 places and very happy.
There's another thing about park models. We went fulltiming in 02 don't think we could get back into housing market now. We're thinking of a park model as a permanent home now.
I can understand why park models are becoming more popular, they're much cheaper than other vacation homes. We bought ours for $30,000 after looking at vacation homes at ten times that price. Good deal.