Skip to main content

Oregon Park Directory

Manufactured Home Parks in Oregon

The Manufactured Communities Resource Center program is directed by ORS 446.392 to collect information about spaces available for rent. Park owners and managers provide this information voluntarily for the Park Directory.

Oregon parks* may be view in various ways below:

The Oregon Manufactured Home Park Directory (link above) is an interactive map. You can identify and display park locations registered with OHCS. The mapping tool displays basic information with general Census tract demographics about each park. It highlights areas of the state to display the highest numbers of older manufactured homes (built prior to 1980). These would potentially benefit from modern structural or energy upgrades. 

Efficiency is a primary energy concern in the Northwest. The utility service area information is another feature generated by the map to help coordinate resources.  It also fosters communication for decision makers on the region's future energy requirements. It also shows the growing needs for affordable housing in Oregon.  

Park Directory in table format, below:
​* Each park listing contains information as it was reported to us. For the most current information about vacancies or for application information, please contact the individual park.


​Owners of manufactured home parks in Oregon face increased pressure to redevelop their land to different more lucrative uses. Between 1997 and 2008, sixty-five (65) manufactured home parks closed in Oregon. This resulted in a loss of 2,629 individual spaces.
The Oregon Legislature passed legislation in 2007 that provided protections for manufactured home owners. This was primarily in the event that their park was being redeveloped to another use. 

Landlords are now required to provide tenants with 365 days notice. Additionally, pay tenants $6,000, $8,000 or $10,000, depending on the size of their homes. Tenants may also be eligible for a tax credit of $5,000.

The Manufactured Communities Resource Center works closely with park tenants that are closing.  We meet with the tenants to explain the laws around park closure, providing counseling and service referrals to meet the tenant's relocation needs.
Manufactured Home Park Solutions Collaborative, Toolkit  NEW 
Closed Parks

*** PLEASE NOTE ***
The following communities have ordinances that regulate park closures:
  • Wilsonville
  • Forest Grove
  • Bend
  • Oregon City
  • Eugene
  • Clackamas County
Homeowners living within these jurisdictions should contact their city or county. You can get the full details of the ordinances that applies to you.

DISCLAIMER: Important information about the Directory above.
All the data contained herein, including the Oregon manufactured dwelling park directory and all reports derived from that data, is compiled from information provided through the mandatory park registration and training requirements of ORS 90.730. Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS can not verify the validity of all the information provided to OHCS and, therefore, completeness, or usefulness for any product or process. OHCS cannot and does not guarantee that there will be no errors. OHCS assumes no legal liability or responsibility for loss or damage resulting from the use of this information.

Photo: Manufactured Home Park Registation     

Manufactured & Marine Communities Resource Center
Hotline: 1-800-453-5511 
PH: 503-986-2145 (Toll Free, Oregon)
FAX: 503-986-2006

Website Questions:


Your browser is out-of-date! It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how

×