One of the fun services the magazine provided was a list of the newer trailer parks in several states. So, if you've ever daydreamed about living in a 1949 Spartan Royal Mansion - here's a few places you could have called home.
- Vulcan Trailer Park. Birmingham, Alabama. "Modern Laundry, Inside Drying Room, Near Shopping Center"
- Peek-A-Boo Auto & Trailer Park. El Cerrito, California. "On U.S. Highway 40, Modern Paved Streets, Finest in Bay Area"
- Trailer Farm. Grand Junction, Colorado. "Artesian Water, Sheds for Shade"
- Briny Breezes Park. Delray Beach, Florida. "Located on the Atlantic Ocean, 40 Acres, Close to Gulfstream's Famous Polo Fields"
- Green Star Trailer Park. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. "Shade Trees, Restaurant, Bar, Dining Room, Complete Grocery and Meat Market"
- Shady Acres Trailer Park. Danville, Georgia. "New, modern, spacious, livable. 20 acres of beautiful century old maple trees"
- Ted's Dryv-Inn & Trailer Town. Gary, Indiana. "Tumble-type clothes dryers, Telegrams, Telephones available 24 hours a day, Special deliveries reported on P.A. system"
- Tredwell's Lakeside Grove. Cape Cod, Massachusetts. "The Threshold of Cape Cod, Private Sandy Beach, Shuffle Boards, Store, Cabins & Cottages"
- The Palms Court. Overton, Nevada. "Year around bass fishing - Grass and Shade - A friendly and healthy place to spend the winter - $15.00 a month"
- Cedar Lane Trailer Park. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. "22 1/2 Acres of Large Beautiful Oaks, Tennis Courts, Children's Play House, Lounge"
- Village Green Trailer Park. Media, Pennsylvania. "Swimming, Dancing, 100 lots, A Tree for Every Trailer"
- Wagon Wheel Trailer Court. Amarillo, Texas. "Located on U.S. Highway 66 - All gravel grounds - close to drive in theatre - $1.00 per night - $4.50 per week"
Jeff & Kelly