Big Moose RV, Boat, Camper and Generator Sales, Rentals & Full Service Dealership
In the United States, park models must remain under 400 square feet (37 m2) to qualify as a recreational vehicle under federal and state laws. In Canada, park models must remain under 540 square feet in order to qualify as a recreational vehicle. Over that size they would be considered a manufactured home and subject to different taxes and regulations. Many units feature slide-out or tip-out bays, which collapse into the unit for travel, and then expand outward when parked to increase overall living space. All floor plans are designed to remain under that limit when adding bays. If buyers want to stretch a plan, then the width may need to be narrowed. If they want to widen a plan, then the length has to be shortened.
Standard campers without fresh water and/or holding tanks are often mistakenly identified as park models.
Park model trailers, although considered recreational vehicles, are transportable and primarily designed for long-term or permanent placement at a destination where an RV or mobile home is allowed. When set up, park models are connected to the utilities necessary to operate home style fixtures and appliances. Park models are popular with people for use as a cottage, vacation or retirement home.
This House on Wheels is unbelievable!, Two separate rooms. One room has bunks and storage for the children. The bottom bunk is a couch. It has a full kitchen and four burner stove, oven and microwave., Bathtub, living room with a fireplace, 3 Slides
Call Mike at 603-867-7959 with any questions!
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
495 Route 16, Ossipee, NH 03864, US
Monday-Friday 9:00 - 4:00
Saturday 9:00 -3:00