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Here is a list of RV parks in Florida accepting tiny homes:
Three Flags RV Resort
1755 East SR 44
Wildwood, FL 34785
Phone: (352) 748-3870
Toll Free: (877) 362-6736
The Outpost RV Resort Park and Community
2250 US Highway 92, Winter Haven, FL 33881
Phone: (863) 289-0104
(Jerry Niemi- Manager)
488 W. Highbanks Rd, DeBary, FL 32713
Office: (386) 668-4491
Southern Palms RV Resort
Barb Stanze – General Manager
One Avocado Lane
Eustis FL 32726
Southern Aire RV Resort
10511 Florence Ave, Thonotosassa Fl 33592
Phone: (813) 986-1596
Nautical Point RV Park & Rentals
317 Blackshear Dr, Panama City, FL 32404
Gracious RV Park and Tiny Home Community
6500 Highway 441 SE, Okeechobee FL 34974
Phone: (863) 763-6200
Bayview RV Campground
749 Beach Drive, Destin, FL
Phone: (850) 460-6862
Tropic Isle Park
15175 Stringfellow Road, Bokeelia, FL 33922
Phone: (877) 677-1568
Rustic Sands Resort Campground
800 N. 15th Street, Mexico Beach, FL 32410
Phone: (877) 240-7213
Cypress Point RV Retreat
650 Osteen-Maytown Rd, Osteen, FL 32764
Phone: (407) 323-0760
1675 Camp South Moon Rd, Astor, FL 32102
Phone: (386) 749-2721
1190 Herbert Street, Port Orange, FL 32129
Phone: (386) 767-0095
Orlando Lakefront: A Tiny Home & RV Community
3405 North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32804
Phone: (407) 936-4094
480 Highway 441 SE
Okeechobee FL 34974
Manatee Springs Mobile Home & RV Community
12570 NW 82nd Ct.
Chiefland, FL 32626
727-422-2739Twelve Oaks RV Resort
Sanford, FL 32771
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Are you confused yet? Let us help you navigate through these laws so you don't lose the land you purchased or have to move your tiny house on wheels (THOW).
*Be sure your THOW is built in accordance with RVIA standards and that your builder is following the NFPA 1192 Standards for Recreational Vehicles - 2015 Edition. Find these standards here:
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An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is a really simple and old idea: having a second small dwelling right on the same grounds (or attached to) your regular single-family house, such as: an apartment over the garage. a tiny house (on a foundation) in the backyard.
A tiny house on wheels or THOW (as its known in the community) is small version of a full size house. The difference is, its built on a trailer with a hitch of sorts and its a structure which is intended as a full time residence or year-round rental property and meets these five conditions:
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