Park Model Homes in Arizona

Do simple joys like biking, exploring nature, sitting on your front porch (while sipping your favorite drink), or watching the glorious Arizona sunrises and sunsets bring a deep sense of well-being and energy to your life? Get ready to realize and experience all you hope for and more! We provide prefab tiny homes built to code and with an entirely finished interior. Choose from our large selection of styles to find one that perfectly fits your dream getaway. 

Our Arizona Park Models

Luna PM winter 4

The Luna

400 sq.ft.
1 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathroom(s)

We have a combination of cozy classic models, like the Studio, Aspen, or Pocono, and a more contemporary design, including the Cascade, A-Frame, and Rockwood. Not feeling any of these kinds, take a look at our larger and customizable Modern Cabins and Log Cabins.

Our completed builds

Do I need a permit for a park model home in Arizona?

Yes. You will probably need to register it as an RV and/or get a building permit. Tiny homes on wheels are often considered RVs. Sometimes there are more requirements, such as needing to be 160 sq. ft. You may also need to have the trailer that you put it on permitted and approved.

Park Model Homes in Arizona: FAQs

Absolutely. Our service area covers all of Arizona. Our Park Model Homes are prefabricated and easily transportable. We will bring your tiny home and install it wherever you want it. All you need to do is order.

Yes. We entirely finish out the interior. It just needs your stuff to furnish it. This includes faucets, cabinets, showers, etc. You can choose between a few interior cabin options.

We blend affordability with quality and beauty in every park model we create. Whether it’s a family vacation home or an investment property in Arizona, each park model is built to ANSI 119.5 standards. Your dream becomes a reality with our personalized park model cabins, delivered in record time!

Are u looking for quick cabin homes solutions and are tempted by cabin kits? Here’s professional thoughts on cabin kits in Arizona. It may seem that a cabin kit is the right way to lower the cost. However, log cabin kits could be the worse way to get a small cabin home in Colorado. Especially in comparison to our Park Model options, cabin kits carry many hidden costs. You will struggle to find a cabin kit that includes all of the pieces necessary to finish your getaway, and the amount of effort you’ll need to invest in labor, qualified expert services, and extra materials is astronomical. Lucky for you though, we have an alternative. Check out our Park Model Cabin homes in Colorado. For more information on why we recommend that you avoid building a log cabin with a kit, read our cabin kits blog post.

Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Home in Arizona

When considering an ideal location to build a Park Model tiny home in Arizona, several factors come into play, including climate, regulations, and lifestyle preferences. Consider your preferences for climate, proximity to amenities, and the overall lifestyle you desire. Consult with local authorities and professionals to ensure compliance with local regulations and to find a location that aligns with your vision for Park Model home living in Arizona.

Here are some regions that are often considered suitable for tiny home living in Arizona:

  • Flagstaff: Located in northern Arizona, Flagstaff enjoys cooler temperatures due to its higher elevation. It provides a unique setting with a mix of mountain landscapes and a vibrant community.
  • Prescott: With a mild climate, Prescott offers a picturesque environment surrounded by pine forests. It has a historic downtown area and a supportive community for tiny home living.
  • Sedona: Known for its stunning red rock formations, Sedona provides a visually captivating backdrop for tiny homes. The area is popular for its artsy community and outdoor activities.
  • Tucson: In southern Arizona, Tucson has a warm climate and a diverse cultural scene. It may be suitable for those who prefer a desert setting and a more urban lifestyle.
  • Kingman: Located in the high desert region of Arizona, Kingman offers a relatively affordable living option. It has a dry climate and is situated along historic Route 66.
  • Yuma: Situated in the southwestern part of the state, Yuma has a hot desert climate. It may be suitable for those who prefer warmer temperatures and a more relaxed atmosphere.

Ready for the Cabin Life?

“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.”

― Henry David Thoreau