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How do you find seasonal Florida mobile homes to rent?

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As of 2016, consumers can find seasonal Florida mobile homes to rent on Florida.MobileHomes-For-Rent.com and TarponPark.com, according to MHVillage and TarponPark.com. Florida.MobileHomes-For-Rent.com offers hundreds of units throughout the state in a wide range of rental prices. Mobile homes, trailer homes, park models, modular and manufactured homes are available. Located on the Gulf Coast in Tarpon Springs, Florida, Chesapeake Point Park is a waterfront, age 55-plus community with about a dozen mobile home seasonal vacation rentals, explains TarponPark.com.

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Chesapeake Point Park rental prices vary based on the season and the unit size, explains TarponPark.com. All units are nonsmoking, and rental prices include cable television, all utilities, linens, cookware and boat slip use. Fishing, sponge diving, windsurfing and kayaking are among the area activities. The mobile home community is within 30 miles of Tampa International Airport and the City of St. Petersburg. State parks are a walk or short drive away, and Sea World, Walt Disney World and Epcot are within reasonable driving distances.

On Florida.MobileHomes-For-Rent.com, consumers can search for properties by city, and some properties are available for sale. Some units are in age 55-plus communities. Listings include rental and purchase prices, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and the property listing time. In Florida, mobile homes are factory-built triple, double, or single-wide homes, explains MHVillage.

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