Park Model Homes in Vermont

Vermont is a stunning, green, rolling paradise. Popular for its outdoor activities and rich historical background, Vermont proves itself to be a prime location to set up a personal getaway with a Park Model Home. Relax in the woods or along a lake, soaking up the scenic beauty while enjoying luxury living and enjoyment. Don’t settle for less than the best. Live out your dreams in a traditional log-style tiny home or in modern luxury.

Our Vermont Park Model Home Styles 

Luna PM winter 4

The Luna

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

In Vermont, we reject the idea of being limited to a small corner of the world. Instead, we provide park model homes designed to optimize your lot space and to be easily installed where you choose. Constructed to meet RV standards, our park model homes in Vermont present a cost-effective opportunity for personal living or entrepreneurial endeavors. Each style is meticulously crafted, ensuring a visually appealing atmosphere with careful attention to detail.

Our completed builds

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

Yes, you will need to register your Park Model Home in Vermont. They are considered RV motor homes in Vermont and will need to comply with the relevant codes. Depending on wether you are planning on living in your Park Model full-time or just temporarily, the requirements may change. Permitting and registration laws often change by what municipality you live in; therefore, it is important that you check with your local municipality for their specific guidelines and legal process.

Vermont Park Model Homes: FAQs

Yes, get your park model home delivered directly to your campground, business, or property! All you are responsible for, is site preparation. We will deliver and install you Park Model Home directly onto your prepared pad.

The wonderful thing about park model homes is that they are built to last 30-50 years with very little maintenance. Not sure of the the general care requirements of a Park Model Home? Read our care and maintenance guide for Park Model Homes to retain the longevity of your Park Model.

Park model homes adhere to RV code, whereas modular homes are constructed in compliance with HUD construction standards. Modular homes are typically assembled on-site from multiple pieces, while park model cabins are fully built off-site and can be transported anywhere, thanks to their trailer foundation. Park Models also usually have a size cap of 400 sq. and anything more than this is no longer considered a Park Model.

Yes. Park Model Homes are only growing in popularity for good reason. For personal use, they prove to be efficient and affordable ways to create a vacation spot or temporary dwelling. Park Models also make good rentals or Airbnbs if you are interested in getting into realestate. If you are interested in inspiration, read how Bobby Lee and Andrew used 11 log cabin park model homes to create their dream RV campsite. 

At Zook Cabins, we merge luxury with affordability. Whether you’re seeking a family vacation retreat or an investment property in Vermont, our park model homes are constructed to meet ANSI 119.5 standards. Easily transportable and designed to offer luxurious living, you can take your vacation getaway anywhere. We invite you to reach out with any questions or concerns; at Zook Cabins, your satisfaction is our priority.

Ideal Locations for Your Park Model Home in Vermont 

Needing some inspiration for where to place your park model home in Vermont? Lucky for you, you live in a state with many beautiful, exciting opportunities!

  • Stowe: Located in northern Vermont, Stowe is famous for its world-class skiing at Stowe Mountain Resort. It’s surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Green Mountains and offers plenty of outdoor activities year-round, including hiking, mountain biking, and leaf-peeping in the fall.
  • Burlington: As Vermont’s largest city, Burlington offers a vibrant urban lifestyle alongside the natural beauty of Lake Champlain and the nearby mountains. The city has a lively arts and cultural scene, as well as numerous parks and recreational opportunities. Combine the excitement of the city with the benefits of nature.
  • Manchester: Located in southwestern Vermont, Manchester is known for its upscale shopping, dining, and cultural attractions. It’s also close to outdoor recreational areas like the Green Mountain National Forest and offers scenic views of the Taconic Range. This could be your ideal area to kick back and relax in your Park Model.
  • Lake Champlain Islands: The islands in Lake Champlain, such as Grand Isle and South Hero, offer waterfront living with stunning views of the lake and mountains. These areas provide opportunities for boating, fishing, and relaxation in a picturesque Vermont setting.
  • Quechee: Located along the Ottauquechee River in central Vermont, Quechee is known for its natural beauty and outdoor attractions, including Quechee Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of Vermont.” It’s a picturesque area for park model homes with easy access to hiking, fishing, and golfing. Settle close by this area and never tire of the spectacular scenery.
  • Mad River Valley: Nestle your Park Model Home between the Green Mountains, and the Mad River Valley will offer you a scenic retreat with opportunities for outdoor recreation in every season. The towns of Warren and Waitsfield are known for their quaint charm and access to skiing, hiking, and swimming holes. 

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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