I've learned that "Park Model" can mean two different things.
1. Traditional RV style travel trailer that is designed to bring to a location and pretty much stay put. (The Salem 36BHBS is such a trailer, the smallest one Forest River makes I was told)
2. Pre-built manufactured "home style" unit that is under 400 square ft and portable
I would love to get a number "2" but these are at least 30k+. Since this is a temporary situation, with a cabin to be built down the road, I was hoping the trailer option would work. I've been reading a lot about how to use the unit in the winter and have started my list of tips and tricks to keep the place warm. I don't go up as much in the winter but definately want year round use. (again, will not need water in the winter, been using the existing place this way for 10 years so no problems there)
I think you were referring to the first definition of Park Model and I totally agree that this would work better than a traditional travel trailer. Please let me know if I missed something!