Park Model Homes in Connecticut 

With a Zook Cabins Park Model Home, you can experience Connecticut’s rich history and outdoor fun. Our Park Model Homes are the finest living comfort you deserve. Whether you like the peace and quiet of solitude, surrounded by the gentle embrace of your own woodland, or views over one of Connecticut’s countless still tranquil lakes. Take pleasure in the rustic beauty of a genuine log cabin or indulge yourself with every sort of modern comfort at one of our luxurious cabins. If you are interested in real estate and renting out your Park Model Home seasonally or monthly, check out how Bobby Lee and Andrew converted 11 log cabin Park Model houses into their perfect RV camp.

Our Connecticut Park Model Home Styles 

Luna PM winter 4

The Luna

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

If your design preferences lend themselves to trendy or progressive aesthetics, consider the unconventional design of our A-Frame and Rockwood models or the simple class of our Cascade and Luna homes. If you dream getaway consists of more traditional or classic designs, our Pocono, Studio, or Pinecrest merge cabin and luxury living.

Our completed builds

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

Correct you must have a valid title and registration. In Connecticut, Park Models Homes are considered Recreational Vehicles (RV). As a result, in order to take up residence in it or attach it firmly to a foundation and even to pull it a few feet from one place to another, Park Model Homes have be registered. The zoning and building codes of the adjacent areas are important to know. In certain locations, the legal definition of a Park Model Home may still be different. In such cases, check accordingly with your city laws and regulations.

Connecticut Park Model Homes: FAQs

Of course! Your Park Model Home may be delivered by Zook Cabins to any area in Connecticut that is reachable. We work together with our staff to plan the best location to fulfill your dream of owning your own amazing house.

Rest assured that Park Model Homes are built of the finest materials available, and they are engineered to last 30-50 years in service without sacrificing any of their original magnificence. To maintain and extend the performance and life of your Park Model Home, learn all you need with our diligent care & maintenance how-to guide.

No. In Connecticut, our Park Model Homes are built to adhere to RV regulations, while modular houses are built following HUD shipping and construction standards. Modular houses are built in sections produced at the factory and attached to a permanent foundation. Park Models are built according to RV specifications. Our Park Model Home is built on a movable frame. It has simpler, less intricate forms than modular built homes.

For an easy and quick job, you can utilize jacks to elevate the Park Model Home in this manner: To balance on engineered wood or concrete blocks, the wheels are engaged, and the house remains elevated on the tongue jack and scissor jacks. So that they are easily in place when driving, a smooth installation is ideal. Do not store the house long-term on jacks. Level your gravel or concrete pad in advance.

Park Models should be placed on a gravel or concrete platform. These should be put as level as possible to provide maximum settling resistance. This will assist maintain the Park Model’s level over time. Park Models cannot be detached from their trailer base and hence cannot be used on foundations such as basement, pit, or pier and beam foundations.

None of our Park Model Homes come complete with furniture, although all the necessary fixtures is in place and fully functioning. Shower, toilet, and faucets. All that remains for the perfect Park Model Home is to order furniture, lay out the rooms and obtain all necessary decorations. It is move-in ready, with closets, light fixtures, and shelves all ready for all of your needs.

Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Home in Connecticut

Connecticut claims a diverse natural scenery for everyone to adore. Up in the northwest are its Berkshire Mountains, and down south its Long Island Sound shore—whatever direction you go, blue lakes, rolling hillsides or picturesque coastal towns can be found all around. Hiking and bird-watching are hobbies in the Connecticut River Valley, and the Litchfield Hills allow you to escape bustling city life. The lively areas near the Connecticut River may provide a more entertaining experience. Here are some of the most exquisite destinations to consider for your luxury Park Model Home:

  • Litchfield Hills: Litchfield Hills, Connecticut, is a mesmerizing mix of old-world elegance and flawless natural beauty. The sloping hills, lush woods, and gleaming lakes radiate peacefulness. Take a stroll along scenic trails that link major attractions to the White Memorial Conservation Center and Mount Tom State Park, where you’ll have a bird’s-eye sight of unravaged wild. Among colonial-era buildings and intimate coffee shops visitors find peace and seclusion; as a result, while continuing to be a one-of-a-kind and glamorous location where timeless charm meets unblemished wild, Litchfield Hills invites everyone to explore its immaculateness.
  • Mystic: This quaint coastal town in the state of Connecticut has a lively maritime tradition. For tourists on the sea, the sight of relaxing waterways and scenic coastline provides not only stunning visual experiences but also an atmosphere full of life. Mystic Seaport Museum was one of its most popular destinations — but today you will find fine seafood at a waterfront restaurant in this charming old city of Massachusetts. The sight of numerous sailboats and the whole marine experience in this small town make Mystic unforgettable.
  • Kent: Kent radiates the serenity and charm of New England. It is positioned in the Litchfield Hills and boasts stunning panoramas, brooks, and woods. Hikers can take a 10-mile ramble around the Hayes-Harrison State Forest, owned by the Connecticut National Guard, or else venture in private Mapel Swamp. A hike up Kent Meadows will take you from 600m to 700 m for spectacular vistas.Art lovers can look over the town’s art shows and antique shops after their full day of activities. In sum, Kent is an attraction to art lovers and outdoors enthusiasts alike, where nature and culture may be combined in a delightful fashion.
  • Old Lyme: Old Lyme is a seaside town. It has all the historical charm you’d expect from such a place. Close to where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound and just ten minutes from its quiet waters, like pearls in silk laying on upon green velvet Visitors can take pleasant walks on beaches along the shore street called “Hamburg Street” that runs between Patrick Dawson’s house smack near the center of town out to bright blue Long Island Sound. Old Lyme is where charming coastal appeal and natural beauty meet historical heritage. In this picturesque setting, visitors can escape from modern life’s hustle and bustle.
  • Essex: The scenic Connecticut River meanders by the small town of Essex, resting alongside it like a beautifully cut jewel in nature’s setting. Along historic streets of charming boutiques and shoreline restaurants, peace and scenic beauty are perfectly combined. With this rich maritime heritage and its surroundings full of sumptuous settings it is a destination that has both lured and spoiled travelers over the centuries. Walking along the riverbank, or dining in any of the many delightful restaurants. Essex promises a visit that is unforgettable.

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“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