Bundesverband der Campingwirtschaft in Deutschland bestätigt: "Wir ähnlich wie in Amerika in den Trailerparks", sagt Herbert Scheidt. Deutschland / Welt "Harmony Place" ist ein sogenannter Trailer Park. Nachmittag die Reifen eines Pickups, der direkt an seinem Trailer. Wohnwagensiedlung Sunnyside Trailer Park in West Miami (Florida). Eine Wohnwagensiedlung ist eine Wohngegend, in welcher überwiegend Wohnwagen oder.
WohnwagensiedlungWer kaum mehr etwas hat in den USA zieht in einen Trailer-Park. Für Viele ist das eine persönliche Bankrott-Erklärung, für andere ein glänzendes Geschäft. Bundesverband der Campingwirtschaft in Deutschland bestätigt: "Wir ähnlich wie in Amerika in den Trailerparks", sagt Herbert Scheidt. Alle Infos zum Reisemobilstellplatz Retrowerk Trailer Park, Stellplatz in Inden-Pier, Deutschland. Inklusive Beschreibung, Daten, Bilder und Bewertungen.
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Note that there are only a few restaurants and shops at Cerritos so you have to travel to get groceries. Mobile home parks in the U.
In Britain and Ireland, the term halting site is used in place of trailer parks. The biggest difference in Europe is the presence of unauthorised halting sites or trailer parks.
This stems from the practice of traditionally itinerant ethnic groups, such as the Romani and Irish Travellers , to periodically during the year set up a transient community.
From the late s onward there was also a growth in New Age travelers culture; these groups espoused alternative lifestyles combined with a Do-It-Yourself punk ethic.
The latter were a commonplace phenomenon in Germany,  giving rise to expressions such as Wagenburg , Wagendorf , and Bauwagenplatz " wagon fort ", "trailer village" and "construction trailer site" respectively.
Either rejected from or refusing to seek entrance in municipally authorised halting sites, groups of families practising a nomadic lifestyle would establish themselves under the cover of darkness on idle land near urban centers.
These unauthorised encampments were often resented by local people, perpetuating a cycle of violence, fear and discrimination.
The use of land without the necessary permission also carried the threat of imprisonment for the squatting families, further worsening the socio-economic disadvantage experienced by these minorities.
In Germany, the Netherlands and some other European countries, local law allows for normal camping at RV parks for a short time and seasonal camping for holiday makers, and also long-time camping for years with hardly movable travel trailers.
Sometimes the inhabitants also cultivate a garden. Laminate gives the home the look of real wood without the expense.
Read our mobile home flooring guide here. I also like the wooded mobile home park on the outskirts of Wausau, Wisconsin.
We had to include this Skyline double wide. It has 4 bedrooms and is over square feet. If you are looking to find a home that has space for your growing family but doesn't break the bank this one could be perfect.
Located in a Rochester, Michigan mobile home park that was built with families in mind. What do we like most about this home?
The countertop dividing the kitchen from the dining room, of course. Circular counters were a big hit in vintage Spartans so seeing a new model with it is pretty cool.
It wasn't easy to choose just these 7 cheap mobile homes. There are many mobile homes out there for sale at great prices. I agree! I am looking into trying to get into a trailer home can you tell me how to do.
This is an old post I'm responding to but if anyone has this interest, why don't you view videos on youtube?
There is so much there and great conversions from cargo trailers, buses, shuttle buses, etc etc. Many young and older single people are living in travel trailers now full time.
Woot Woot for trailer park folk!!! We live in one now too! We are buying the trailer and paying a lot rent. The neighbors here are the best we've ever had.
Do you live in a magical trailer park where none of your neighbors are trashy and disrupt your lifestyle? I'm just curious, really not trying to be snarky.
This is exactly why I wrote this, mobile home parks or trailer parks are a great option that is often overlooked because people assume that the people who live there are "trashy" that is simply not the case.
I personally have a bachelors degree in Marketing, I have a neighbor with a doctorate; we are well educated people who simple prefer a less expensive living arrangement.
We don't really have problems with our neighbors at all. Our neighbors are normal, quiet, working people. There is a big difference. In our manufactured home community we have rules that are enforced.
A yard, a lovely pool and clubhouse plus more. I do not use the word trailer to refer to my home. One drawback is resale.
If you own an older manufactured home, banks will not finance so you need a cash buyer. We are comfy and cozy in our home and trashy neighbors are not allowed here.
Not that magical or unusual. We live in a trailer park, and we have great neighbors. It's a quiet, pleasant place to live.
Some of our neighbors live lives very different from ours, but there's no judgment or disruption about it. Well, there's a barky dog or two in the neighborhood… but that happens in any neighborhood.
And it's not really a problem. I grew up in a neighborhood right next to a trailer park, delivered newspapers to the trailer park for years, and had several friends who lived there.
Compared to the dumpy apartments I've lived in, the trailer park seemed pretty nice. There seemed to be in general the same ratio of friendly people to quiet people to people you're just gonna avoid now kthx as the standard single-family home neighborhoods around.
My aunt has also lived in a very nice trailer in a very nice trailer park for most of my life I always loved the playground next to her place.
Some trailer parks can be trashy and not well maintained, some can be really nice. It's really the same as any neighborhood. When we rented, we couldn't afford a trailer home and ended up in really bad apartments due to our budget, and when we bought our house, the only reason we ruled out trailer parks is because I was done with renting anything from anyone also we needed more space than a trailer could give us.
It's true, and it varies by location. For instance, here in rural VA, there are some parks where you really do not want to live not all, but I've seen some nasty ones , but if you look in somewhere like San Diego, some parks are quite nice.
I too live in VA, and have seen some plain awful places. Not to mention many of them have been labeled as 'blight'.
I'm with you that maybe the reputations are a regional thing! Nothing magical about my neighborhood. I say "neighborhood" instead of "trailer park" because it's a beautiful plot of land laid out in cul-de-sacs and meticulously-groomed landscaping, owned by a self-made farmer who rents these homes he's been installing and maintaining since the late 60's.
I live in a college town and most of the occupants of my neighborhood are professors who live there during the week and then commute home to their families when they are not working on research grants, etc.
The loudest thing I have ever heard my neighborhood are the cows on the adjacent farm. I have never heard a person yelling or seen anyone outdoors after dark unless they were on their way to their car.
I've never not seen a neighbor wave or at least smile at me in passing. It is affordable housing but not subsidized. Hi April! This is a great article and I love your response!
I'm so curious about this as an alternative cost effective lifestyle… what college town are you near? I'd love to learn more… thanks!
My grandparents lived in one of these mobile-home communities for the entirety of my childhood until they passed away. The community was lovely, and because my grandfather was an interior designer by trade their home was beautiful.
I feel like this could be a great option but the only not-sketchy communities in my city are for seniors only. I grew up in a trailer park and it was awesome.
It was like a subdivision. All the neighbors looked out for each others kids. We could play, skate, ride bikes in the streets without fear of speeding traffic.
I have not experienced a better sense of community anywhere else in my life. While I know this would be greatly dependent on location, does anyone have any tips for finding a relatively safer trailer park?
We live in northern Delaware, if that helps. Also, are there any security measures that the OP or any other trailer-living contributors have taken to alleviate these concerns?
I would hate to come home to a burglary because you had the nicest trailer on the block. Our park has on site management, and once the office is closed they have private security so there is always someone looking out for the homes, I don't really worry about being broken into.
Having two large dogs doesnt hurt either. Our park is mixed with older and newer homes, mine is a but its the standard model from that year, we didnt pay for any upgrades or anything.
Woah hi! I'm in northern Delaware too! It is tricky to know which ones are OK and which aren't, Waterford in the bear area seemed nice and I've known some people who lived there.
There's a little park on limestone road near Stanton that looks nice too. We got a little rancher off Kirkwood highway that when considering lot rent was about the same price.
The new castle county crime maps are definitely a good resource to get an idea of what's going on. Thank you for the tips!
We LOVE the house, but the location isn't going to work for us long-term. However, most modern manufactured homes are built to withstand high winds as well as a mainstream home, using hurricane straps and proper foundations.
Stan Well you can take the girl outta the trailer park but you can't take the trailer park outta the girl. He's going to walk a quarter mile from his house in a pair of shoes that's two sizes too small after he takes off his new pair of shoes - and this is a year-old black kid with a brand new pair of Jordan's on.
He's going to take those Jordan's off and just get rid of them and put on some shoes that's not his -- we don't know where he got them from, no laces in them -- and continue to walk down this dirt road late at night to swing set in the middle of the trailer park and hang himself, how can I believe that.
We've had floods nine, 10 years ago, but it was nothing like this, that entire trailer park needs to be removed now; nobody can live there. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe.
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