Bonita Springs Home

Camp Sites and Manufactured Homes in Florida

Every man's castle is his home. Some castles are different than others. Bonita Springs, Florida has long shaken off the image of being a land of retirement and shuffle board courts. A myriad of housing styles are available to fit nearly every lifestyle.

In the Bonita Springs area a few communities remain that offer retirement or vacation living in 55+ deed restricted, manufactured home communities. Often these communities offer an affordable option to get into the Bonita Springs real estate market whether it is as a part time vacation get away or a full time, year round home.

Homes in manufactured communities can be offered with land lease or with land purchase. So if you're looking into the manufactured home lifestyle you'll want to make sure you are purchasing the home and the land it is sitting on. Alternatives to land owned would be purchasing in a co-operative where you're purchasing a share of the community entitling you a portion of the land.

Manufactured home communities in the Bonita Springs and Estero, Florida area are priced from about $50,000 to about $250,000 depending upon land size, gulf access and location.

Besides homes located on regular building lots sprinkled throughout the area, there are local manufactured home communities in Bonita Springs and Estero which include:

  • Bonita Heights Park
  • Bonita St. James Village
  • Broadway Mobile Home Park
  • Corkscrew Woodlands
  • Cypress Bend
  • Cypress Park
  • Gulf Coast Camping Resort
  • Imperial Bonita Estates
  • Imperial Harbor
  • Lime Tree
  • Leitner Creek Manor
  • Mariners Cove
  • Oak Creek Manor
  • Riverwoods Plantation
  • Spring Creek Village
  • Trailside

Frequently, lots or concrete poured pads are available to purchase in these parks that offer parking for campers, RV's and buses. If you're making your way back and forth from your northern home to Florida in style, you can actually buy your own parking spot in Bonita Springs for your bus.

For more information read also: 55+ communties and Frequently Asked Questions