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Get answers to our most frequently asked questions

  • Do you sell used Park Models?
    No. At this time, we only sell new Park Models that you can custom-design with our friendly staff.
  • How much is set-up and delivery?
    Set-up and delivery are always included with the price of your park model. There are no additional fees for our standard set-up and delivery.
  • How much are Park Models?
    All park models are custom-designed and built to suit your needs. You pick the floor plan, features, finishes, paint colors, light fixtures, hardware, built-ins and more! For that reason, all pricing is based on what you choose to finish out your Park Model. We can tell you that most of our customers spend between $149,000 to $169,000 on their Park Model.
  • What is a Park Model?
    A Park Model RV (PMRV, also referred to as a Park Trailer in most state-issued guidance) is a unique towable RV designed to provide temporary living quarters for recreational, seasonal, camping or travel use. PMRVs (previously referred to as recreational park trailers) are built on a single trailer chassis, mounted on wheels and have a gross trailer area not exceeding 500 square feet in the set-up mode.PMRVs constructed to ANSI A-119.5 shall not exceed 400 square feet while PMRVs constructed to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development standard shall not exceed 500 square feet.
  • How is a Park Model classified?
    Within the state of Florida, Park Models up to 500 square feet are treated the same as other Recreational Vehicles in regards to taxation, registration, and siting per Florida Statutes 320.01, 320.822 and 320.8231 and sales are governed by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. This position is supported by Florida Department of Revenue GT-800030 establishing sales and use tax standards on the sale of motor vehicles including recreational vehicles defined as travel trailers, camping trailers, truck campers, motor homes, private motor coaches, van conversions, park trailers, and fifth-wheel trailers.
  • Where can a Park Model be placed?
    Park Models can be placed in many RV resorts and communities throughout the state of Florida. In rare instances they may be permitted on private property/land, however this is at the discretion of the local municipality and other governmental bodies. Because most Park Models sold in Florida are rated for localized weather conditions and building standards/codes, it is not advisable to remove them from the state of Florida.
  • Do Park Models require a license plate?
    Yes. Because Park Models are not permanently affixed to real property, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles requires that a metal license plate be issued. Registration is subject to annual renewal upon expiration.
  • Can a Park Model be financed?
    Yes. If you are looking to finance your purchase you can apply for in-house financing through Keystone Trader or obtain a loan through your own bank or other lending institution.
  • Why choose a Park Model over a Tiny House?
    While there are many benefits to owning a Park Model over a Tiny Home, one important factor often highlighted is building standards. Because there is no standardized legal definition for a Tiny Home, building codes can vary as can site approval. As Park Models are defined and constructed to either ANSI A-119.5 or United States Department of Housing and Urban Development standards, you can rest assured that your investment is both safe and reliable.
  • Do you sell new RVs?
    No. At this time, we only sell pre-owned, or used, RVs.
  • What are the different types of Recreational Vehicles?
    The most common types of recreational vehicles include Park Models, Destination Trailers, Travel Trailers, Fifth Wheel Trailers, Pop-Up Campers, Truck Campers, Motor Homes, and Toy Haulers
  • What if I don't live in Florida? Can you sell to me?
    No. We can only sell to Florida residents.
  • Where are you located?
    We're located at 1177 SE Keystone Ave, Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
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