Park Model Homes in Illinois

Imagine being all cozy & warm by the fireplace with your favorite book and a nice warm cup of tea, surrounded by the relaxing sounds of nature from the comfort of your own Park Model Home. Start exploring your options today and begin your journey of living free in the tranquil nature side of Illinois! From quaint, rustic cabins to sleek, modern homes, we have designs that suit every taste and lifestyle. Discover our Park Model Homes and experience the ideal fusion of luxury and nature with Zook Cabins in Illinois.

Our Illinois Park Model Home Styles 

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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 Illinois? 

Yes, you will need a permit. Park Model Homes in Illinois are regarded as Recreational Vehicles (Rv’s), you must have it titled & registered before you can live in it or move it. Be aware that the definition of a “Park Model Home” may differ in certain counties/towns. Double check & stay informed about the local zoning ordinances and local codes in your area!

Illinois Park Model Homes: FAQs

Yes we do! Your Park Model Home can be delivered anywhere in Illinois as long as the location is accessible & reachable. If you have any questions or need suggestions for your Park Model Home, don’t hesitate to reach out to us here!

Our expert craftsmen carefully construct each Park Model Home in our controlled-environment facility. Our Park Model Homes are built to last an average of 30-50 years, you can rest assured knowing they are made to sustain & endure for decades on end, in all weather conditions! We include a handy maintenance and care guide to help you keep your home in excellent condition for as long as possible.

Nope, Park Models Homes in Illinois are not the same as mobile homes. Park Models are classified as Recreational Vehicles (Rv’s) and must follow RV laws & regulations. In contrast, Mobile Homes are built according to HUD standards and are permanently placed in one spot after installation, but Park Models are built on a movable base.

How to level a Park Model Home: Start by using jacks to lift the home, afterwards stabilize it concrete or blocks of engineered wood while ensuring the wheels remain attached. The home will stay elevated on the tongue jack & scissor jacks. Be sure the block are installed properly & avoid leaving the home on jacks permanently. Pre-leveling the gravel or concrete pads can help reduce the need for adjustments later, resulting in a much smoother process.

For the best results, Park Model Homes should be set up on a leveled gravel or concrete pad to prevent settling and ensure long-term stability. Since these homes are permanently attached to a trailer base, they cannot be placed in a basement, pit, or on pier-and-beam foundations.

Yes, we will fully finish the interior! However, furniture is not included. Once the home is delivered, you’ll see that it comes complete with all the necessary fixtures: Shower, faucets, toilet, cabinets, light fixtures, etc… All that remains is for you to set up your beautiful furniture and decorate the home with your favorite style!

Perfect Spots for Your Park Model Home in illinois

Illinois offers a variety of scenic locations for your Park Model Home, each with its unique charm and appeal. Here are some of the best places to consider for your Park Model Home in Illinois:

Jo Daviess County: Located in the northwest corner of Illinois, Jo Daviess County is known for its historic charm, rolling hills, and stunning architecture. A Park Model Home here offers access to boutique shopping, fine dining, and outdoor activities like hiking and golfing in the picturesque landscape.

LaSalle County: Located along the Illinois River, LaSalle County is home to Starved Rock State Park, renowned for its beautiful canyons, waterfalls, and scenic hiking trails. Having a Park Model Home in this county provides opportunities for outdoor adventures, including boating, fishing, and wildlife watching.

Union County: In the southern part of Illinois, Union County features breathtaking landscapes, including rugged bluffs, forests, and waterfalls as part of the Shawnee National Forest. A Modern Cabin in this area offers access to hiking, rock climbing, and exploring the Garden of the Gods.

Lake County: Situated along the shores of Lake Michigan, Lake County offers scenic lake views and a variety of outdoor activities. A Park Model Home in this county provides access to boating, fishing, and relaxing on the lakeside beaches, along with vibrant community amenities.

Rock Island County: Located along the Mississippi River, Rock Island County offers scenic river views and a variety of outdoor activities. A Park Model Home here provides access to boating, fishing, and exploring the Rock Island Arsenal Museum, combining historic sites with natural beauty.

Kane County: Stretching across northeastern Illinois, Kane County is known for its scenic river views, charming towns, and recreational opportunities. A Park Model Home in this area offers access to boating, fishing, and hiking along the Fox River Trail, with a blend of natural beauty and community amenities.

These locations in Illinois offer a perfect blend of natural beauty, outdoor activities, and peaceful environments, making them ideal for building your Park Model Home.

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