Park Model Homes in Massachusetts

Massachusetts, renowned for its outdoor adventures and historical richness, is the perfect spot for your Park Model Home retreat from Zook Cabins. Whether nestled in woodland tranquility or by a serene lake, our homes offer luxurious living amidst scenic beauty. Choose between timeless log-style charm or modern luxury, and make your dream getaway a reality in Massachusetts.

Our Massachusetts Park Model Home Styles 

Luna PM winter 4

The Luna

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

We are dedicated to providing a Park Model Home that perfectly fits your style and needs. To accomplish this, we offer a variety of designs, from log-sided, traditional models to contemporary, unique homes. Enjoying the efficient but luxury style living offered by the A-Frame or the natural, homestead feel brought by The Pinecrest.

Our completed builds

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

Yes. Park Model Homes are actually considered RVs in Massachusetts. While some states are updating their codes to include specific information relevant to Park Model Home, Massachusetts’ municipalities still treat them legally as RVs. This means that before living in, transporting, or having one of our Park Models installed, you must title and register it. This process often requires you to go in person. It is important that you always contact your local government about their specific requirements, especially in the case of Park Models, where recent amendments may have been made or are in the process of being instituted. 

Massachusetts Park Model Homes: FAQs

Yes, Zook Cabins can deliver your Park Model anywhere in Massachusetts as long as it is accessible to our delivery equipment. Work with our team to plan the perfect site to live out your tiny home living dreams. 

Park model homes boast impressive durability, designed to endure for 30-50 years with minimal upkeep. Unsure about the essential maintenance needs for your park model home? Explore our comprehensive care and maintenance guide to ensure its long-lasting quality.

Park model homes follow RV regulations in Massachusetts, while modular homes are built according to HUD construction standards. Modular homes are often constructed on-site from various sections, whereas park model cabins are fully built off-site and can be transported anywhere due to their trailer foundation. Park models typically have a maximum size limit of 400 sq. ft., with anything exceeding this size no longer classified as a park model.

Level a Park Model Home by setting it on blocks or engineered wood. To continue to be called a Park Model, it must remain attached to its wheels, but it is recommended to rest the trailer itself on blocks or beams so that the wheels do not wear out or lose air and shift the home. Utilize the tongue (hitch) jack and scissor jacks to raise the Park Model and install the blocks underneath it. It is not wise to let the Park Model permanently rest on the jacks. Ideally, the gravel or concrete pad that it is installed on should be leveled already so that very little additional leveling needs to be done. 

Park Models should be set on a gravel or concrete pad. These should be installed as level as possible, ensuring as much resistance to settling as possible. This will help keep the Park Model level over long periods of time. Park Models cannot be removed from their trailer base and, therefore, cannot be installed on foundations such as basement, pit, and pier and beam foundations.

Yes. The appeal of Park Model Homes is steadily increasing and for valid reasons. They offer efficient and cost-effective options for personal use, whether for creating a vacation retreat or a temporary residence. Additionally, Park Models serve as lucrative rental properties or Airbnb listings for those venturing into real estate. For inspiration, discover how Bobby Lee and Andrew transformed 11 log cabin park model homes into their ideal RV campsite.

Furniture is not included in our Park Model Homes, but all the fixtures needed for the Home is already set for you. Shower, toilet, and faucets. The only thing missing from the perfect Park Model home is for you to order, place the furniture and set your own beautiful decorating style. The house is entirely finished, even the closets, light fixtures, and shelves. You can occupy the place right away.

Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Home in Massachusetts 

Massachusetts features a broad range of landscape types. Whatever you enjoy most, you can probably find it in Massachusetts. While the west is characterized by mountains and green peaks, the eastern portion of the state is edged by coastal beaches, and in between lies gentle rolling hills and valleys. Here are a few more specific locations of where you might want to set up your Park Model Home.

  • Cape Cod: Known for its scenic beaches and quaint coastal towns, Cape Cod offers a relaxing atmosphere ideal for a Park Model home getaway in Massachusetts.
  • Berkshire Mountains: If you prefer a more serene and nature-centric setting, the Berkshire Mountains provide beautiful landscapes and outdoor recreational opportunities.
  • Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket: These picturesque islands off the coast of Massachusetts offer charming communities and a unique island lifestyle, making them attractive locations for a Park Model Home.
  • Lakefront Properties: Massachusetts is home to several lakes and reservoirs, such as Lake Winnipesaukee or Quabbin Reservoir, where you can enjoy waterfront living in your Park Model Home.
  • Rural Countryside: For those seeking a quieter and more secluded setting, the rural countryside of western Massachusetts or the Pioneer Valley offers peaceful surroundings and scenic views.

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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