If you enjoy fried food, pig races, and impressive titles, Dallas might be the city for you. Home to the United States’ largest state fair, Dallas proves that everything is bigger in Texas.
But that’s not all. Dallas has the country’s largest contiguous arts district with 20 square blocks of museums and performing arts centers!
And for those who just want to grab a bite to eat, there are 12,000 different locations serving up food. If you ate at a new place every day, it would take you more than 32 years to try them all.
So if boredom is your enemy, it’s safe to say Dallas is your friend. For those who’d like to make Dallas their new home, the following mobile home parks are all good options.
Best Mobile Home Parks in Dallas
1. Lake Haven Estates Mobile Home
Hugged by Lewisville Lake, Lake Haven Estates gives you both easy access to the water and other conveniences. And with numerous schools just minutes away, it’s a good choice for families with young children.
Just a straight shot north on 35E from downtown Dallas, residents of Lake Haven can get to the city in a half hour.
Within the community itself, enjoy the playground, RV storage, swimming pool, and outdoor picnic area with grills. Pets are welcome but must be no bigger than 20 pounds.
Perhaps one of the best features is the proximity to Lewisville Lake, the largest fishing and recreational lake in Texas. So whether you like catching fish or swimming alongside them, there’s something for everyone.
Site Features: There are 147 lots with paved streets.
Reviews: 57 Google reviewers give the resort an impressive 4.1 out of 5 stars.
The short: For a family-oriented community that’s equally convenient to shops and lakes, Lake Haven is a solid choice.
2. Golden Triangle of Coppell, Texas
Maybe equally as family-friendly as the previous mobile home park, Golden Triangle is also surrounded by numerous schools. It’s slightly closer than the previous choice at a 25-minute drive to the city.
Kids can play at the playground, families can enjoy the swimming pool and picnic area, and you can invite friends over for a game of basketball or shuffleboard. One reviewer writes, “ Great place to live. No issues. Quiet neighborhood. Good management! Great maintenance guy!” While another writes, “Some may dislike the airport noise, but you get used to it and the airport is convenient.”
Site Features: They offer homes for rent and homes for sale featuring 2, 3, and 4-bedroom floor plans.
Reviews: 42 Google reviewers give the resort an impressive 4.3 out of 5 stars.
The short: This is a family-friendly community in a good location. The price of convenience is airport noise.
3. Town View Mobile Home Park
The downfall for many mobile home parks is management. But not for Town View Mobile Home Park. Their Google reviews boast glowing reviews of their management. One resident writes, “The manager at the property is amazing. She has always [gone] out of her way to help everyone that she can. She has made the property look very [nice].”
The closest to downtown, Dallas on this list, you could hop in your car and be in the city within 15 minutes. However, there are plenty of shops right down the road as well.
And for warm Dallas summer days, take a dip in the community swimming pool.
Site Features: This mid-sized community has 166 sites and off-street parking.
Reviews: 39 Google reviewers give the resort an impressive 4.0 out of 5 stars.
The short: If being close to downtown but not actually being downtown is important to you, Town View knocks it out of the park.
4. Good Luck RV Park
Good Luck RV Park’s community is spotted with fun memorabilia like large retro parking signs and vintage tractors.
Unlike some other parks, Good Luck is only for RVs, Big Rigs, and Multiple Slide-Outs. Their lots are closely packed, but rent is on the lower end at $315 a month for most sites.
As far as amenities, they have a playground for kids and a dog run for pets. They also have a restroom and coin-operated laundry facilities.
What may be the most attractive aspect of this park is its close proximity to downtown Dallas at just ten miles away. That’s only a 15-minute drive or a one-hour bus ride.
Site Features: They have 30 and 50 amp full hookup sites and paved pads.
Reviews: 74 Google reviewers give the resort an impressive 4.0 out of 5 stars.
The short: Good Luck RV Parks gets you close to downtown at an affordable price.
5. Brookside Village
Brookside Village sounds like a quaint community, and via the photos left by reviewers, it is! The park is clean and well-maintained, a big plus in our book.
Another family-friendly option, there are schools for all ages within a few miles, and there’s even a school bus stop within the park.
Residents can enjoy their soccer field, playground, clubhouse, and swimming pool. You won’t need to run downtown for the basics (although it’s only 18 miles away) since gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants are all down the street.
Site Features: You can buy or rent one of their 2, 3, or 4 bedroom units.
Reviews: 121 Google reviewers give the resort an impressive 4.0 out of 5 stars.
The short: A family-friendly option with clean and well-maintained grounds
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