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Manufactured Home Parks

Apart from our rental properties, we also maintain communities suited for independent senior living  (55+) on five of our conveniently located manufactured home parks. We offer retirement lifestyle that combines home ownership with affordable living in vibrant and socially active communities.


Big Chief Mobile Home Park

Big Chief Mobile Home Park is located south of Vernon, only a 5 minute drive from beautiful Kin Beach at Okanagan Lake and just an 8 min drive to shopping and hospitality in the city centre of Vernon. This peaceful, spacious, neat and secure park features a club house, a communal fire pit, visitor parking, and for temporary visitors there is also an RV section.
Nearby beaches and parks are great for picnics and offer swimming, boating, hiking, mountain biking, golfing and skiing. Don't miss visiting Paddlewheel Park, Kal Beach, Jade & Juniper Beach at Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park, Ellison Provincial Park, or Silver Star Provincial Park.
Plenty of wineries are located in the surrounding area, Vernon Farmers' Market, Creative Chaos Craft Show, O’Keefe Ranch, Davison Orchards Country Village guarantee to keep everyone entertained in their leisure time.


Brinkworthy Place

Brinkworthy Place is situated on the northeast corner of the intersection of Lower Ganges Road and Brinkworthy Road on beautiful Salt Spring Island. Brinkworthy Place is a harmonious, neat, tidy and secure facility, surrounded by stunning nature. The park community features a busy, two level clubhouse with library, table tennis, pool table, cozy fireplace and much more. The social calendar of this active community is packed with weekly groups and events throughout the year.
Shopping and hospitality are just a couple of minutes away by car or 10-15 minutes by foot. The 'Ganges Harbour’ area can be reached by walking down Lower Ganges Road for half an hour, as there are many recreational activities available, including hiking or cycling in nearby Portlock Park and Mouat Provincial Park, golfing at the Salt Spring Golf & Country Club, as well as paddle boarding, kayaking and boating in the ocean. The island is well known for its fabulous arts & crafts and culture & culinary scene.


Burnaby Gardens

Burnaby Gardens is nestled on the west side of Penticton, a few hundred meters away from the beaches of Okanagan Lake. the park is surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants as well as the Sicamous Heritage Park, Loco Landing and the Roll’N Stones Fun Centre. The park community is well-kept and has the convenience of being close to everything. Most of the recreational spots are in walking distance. Plenty of hiking, biking, golfing and water sport activities are just around the corner as well as beautiful beaches along 2 pristine freshwater lakes – Okanagan Lake & Skaha Lake. Explore the Skaha Bluffs Provincial Park (15 min. drive) or the Apex Mountain Resort for winter sports, just a 45 minute drive away.
There are 80+ wineries in the area. Those who prefer beer will be happy to learn that Penticton has been awarded '2nd Best Beer Town in Canada 2018'.


Shady Maples

Shady Maples is conveniently located in the City of Campbell River while at the same time beautifully surrounded by woodland. The park is very peaceful and well-kept, and offers a great community. Shopping, bars, restaurants and recreation are just a 15 minute walk or less than 5 minute drive away. The famous Elk Falls Provincial Park with its thundering waterfalls and thrilling suspension bridge, the Quinsam River Salmon Hatchery and Beaver Lodge Forest Lands can be reached by car in less than 10 minutes. Explore all of the great outdoor activities that the Campbell River region has to offer: there is fishing, golfing, hiking biking, marine & wildlife tours, water sports and so much more. During the winter, try Mt. Washington Alpine Resort with its many ski slopes and chairlifts or Strathcona Provincial Park for snowshoeing, both are less than 50 kilometres away.


Summokan Mobile Home Park

Summokan Mobile Home Park is located at the northend of Summerland, peacefully surrounded by orchards, vineyards and the Living Memorial Park. The park is quiet, neat and well maintained. The facility offers a small club house and the calendar of this active community is packed with events and field trips throughout the year. Shopping and hospitality is only a 3 minute drive by car. Most recreational sports from biking, hiking, golfing to water sports can be conveniently enjoyed close by. Peach Orchard Beach Park is a 5 minutes drive, Giant’s Head Park is 6 minutes by car, the Kettle Valley Steam Railway is a 10 minutes drive through the beautiful Prairie Valley and the Okanagan Lake Provincial Park South is just 7 minutes by car.