Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park
Mobile Home Parks
Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park is located on the bluffs overlooking the Pacific. It is the location, however, that really attracts the buyers. Paradise Cove has 276 Mobile homes, some with ocean views and all with direct access to the Private Beaches of Point Dume. The “Cove” is truly paradise, an abundance of trees and lush grounds and a friendly safe neighborhood, make for a laid back environment for adults and children alike. Residents have the use of a large clubhouse, tennis court, basketball court, children’s playground and beautiful beach. The nearby Paradise Cove Beach Cafe makes dining out simple and convenient!
Paradise Cove is a place of great cultural and archaeological importance, as the entire area is the site of the large Chumash coastal village of Sumo, which is one of the largest sites in the Los Angeles County area.
Paradise Cove mobile homes were developed in the early 1960’s as a beach rental vacation spot with its 71 homes, in the lower section. A decade later the park was sold to the Kissel family which then developed 200 more spaces in the upper areas of Paradise Cove creating what we now have as this wonderful neighborhood.
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