Park Model Homes in Rhode Island

Have endless adventures in Rhode Island and experience the great history of the state with a Zook Cabins Park Model Home. We offer a selection of Park Model Homes that will provide you with a luxury in lifestyle while being spoiled with some of the greatest views the country has to offer. If you enjoy the solitude of living in the midst of your comforting private coastal forest, or the visual beauty of one of the many tranquil Rhode Island beaches, then bring your friends and family to one of our good old-fashioned rustic-style log cabins or try one of our multiple models of modern luxury homes.

Our Rhode Island 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 Rhode Island? 

Yes that’s right, Park Model Homes are considered by the State of Rhode Island to be Recreational Vehicles. So, our Park Model Homes MUST be titled and registered before you can live in it or move or install it. That said, it is essential to know the local zoning, land use rules, and other regulations and laws related to zoning and construction codes. The definition of Park Model Homes may vary in different towns/regions, so make sure to check your city laws and regulations

Rhode Island Park Model Homes: FAQs

Indeed! Zook Cabins is capable of delivering your Park Model to any accessible location in Rhode Island. Consult with our team to strategize the ideal location for achieving the dream of building an intimate home.

Our Park Model Homes are manufactured from resilient materials, specifically engineered to ensure that it remains undiminished for an average of 30-50 years, ensuring long-lasting beauty and durability. Take a look at our home care and maintenance guide as a homeowner it will help ensure that you keep your Park Model Home in top shape for as long as possible.

Nope. Mobile homes are built in accordance with HUD shipping and building standards, where as Park Model Homes in Rhode Island must conform to RV regulations. Modular Houses are constructed in sections at the factory and are placed on a foundation, and finish completion at the site. Our Park Model Homes are built on a movable frame with more simple methods compared to a mobile home.

Leveling a Park Model Home is simple and quick with this approach: use jacks to lift the home, then stabilize it on blocks of engineered wood or concrete, keeping the wheels attached. The home will stay elevated on the tongue jack and scissor jacks. Make sure the blocks are properly installed and avoid leaving the home permanently on the jacks. Pre-level your gravel or concrete pad to minimize adjustments later.

Park Model Homes work best on flat gravel or concrete surfaces as this will keep the structure from sinking or shifting. However, because they attach permanently to the trailer base, these homes cannot be placed on traditional foundations that include basements, pits, or pier-and-beam buildings.

Not quite. We put in all necessary fittings for the Park Model Home. Bathroom fixtures, shower, toilet, and faucets are all set up. For the the ideal Park Model Home all you have to do is place an order, set the furniture up, and choose your favorite decor. The convenience is, this home is ready with closets, lightings, shelves, mirrors and so on, so it’s ready to be occupied.

Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Home in Rhode Island

Every kind of nature enthusiast will find what they’re looking for in Rhode Island, thanks to its diverse landscapes. The state offers a wide variety of picturesque locations, from serene woodlands and gorgeous parks to stunning coastline beaches. Some of the best locations to own a Park Model Home are:

Newport: Known for its stunning coastline and historic mansions, Newport is a blend of elegance and natural beauty. The Cliff Walk offers breathtaking ocean views, and the harbor is perfect for sailing enthusiasts. Newport’s charming streets, sophisticated shops, and vibrant cultural scene make it an ideal location for luxury living.

Bristol: This picturesque town is celebrated for its historic charm and waterfront beauty. Home to Colt State Park, Bristol offers extensive walking and biking trails along the Narragansett Bay. The town is also known for its vibrant arts scene and the oldest Fourth of July celebration in the country, providing a lively community atmosphere.

Wickford: This historic village in North Kingstown is known for its quaint streets, waterfront views, and colonial architecture. Wickford offers a peaceful lifestyle with easy access to kayaking, fishing, and exploring the charming local shops and eateries. It’s an ideal spot for those seeking tranquility and coastal charm.

Narragansett: Famous for its beautiful beaches and surfing spots, Narragansett provides a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. Enjoy the scenic coastline, historic landmarks like the Towers, and a vibrant dining scene. It’s an excellent location for those who love the ocean and a laid-back lifestyle.

Charlestown: Known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities, Charlestown offers a variety of landscapes including beaches, forests, and ponds. The Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge and Burlingame State Park provide opportunities for hiking, bird watching, and camping. It’s an ideal place for nature lovers seeking a serene environment.

These locations highlight the best of Rhode Island’s outdoor and nature offerings, providing the perfect settings for your luxury Park Model Home and endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation.

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