"Quiet, spacious doublewide neighborhood for retirees"
This is one of the nicest mobile home neighborhoods I have seen. I would not classify this as a trailer park. All the lots are for purchase rather than rent. All lots are also very spacious. There is a good variety of flat, hilly, wooded, and fielded lots to pick from. When moving into this area, the neighborhood has some amendments to keep in mind. First being that the mobile home must be a doublewide. All driveways must be paved. Lastly, yards must be well maintained. There are others but these are the most important and are what sets this neighborhood apart from most other trailer parks. Many of the residents are either very young couples with no kids just starting out together or retired couples. You will not find many kids in this area. Even though it’s listed as a Knox county address some of the houses are zoned for Anderson county schools. The school bus does not drop off inside the subdivision, only at the entrance. This means that some kids must walk over a mile uphill to get home. With not many residences and not many kids, this is an extremely quiet neighborhood to live in.