Manufactured Home Parks and Recreational/Special Event Camping

A manufactured home is defined as a structure, transportable in one or more sections, which in the traveling mode, is eight body feet or more in width or 40 body feet or more in length, or, when erected on site, is 320 or more square feet, and which is built on a permanent chassis and designed to be used as a dwelling with or without a permanent foundation when connected to the required utilities, and includes the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and electrical systems contained therein.

A manufactured home park (MHP), is defined as any site, lot, field or tract of land upon which two or more occupied manufactured homes are located, either free of charge or for compensation, and includes any building, structure, tent, vehicle, or enclosure used or intended for use as part of the equipment of the manufactured home park. Manufactured home park does not include manufactured homes, buildings, tents or other structures temporarily maintained by any individual or company on the premises associated with a work project and used exclusively to house labor or other personnel occupied with the work project.

Manufactured Home Parks

 

Plan Review

 

 

Construction Guidelines
MHP-RCA Plan Review Application
Plumbing Plans
Local contacts

Prior to construction approval by all agencies

Food, Pools and Lodging License Application and License Fees

Recreational Camping / Special Event Camping 

"Recreational camping area" means any area, whether privately or publicly owned, used on a daily, nightly, weekly, or longer basis for the accommodation of five or more tents or recreational camping vehicles free of charge or for compensation. "Recreational camping area" excludes:

1. Children's Camps
2.  Industrial Camps
3.  Migrant labor camps, as defined in Minnesota Statutes and state commissioner of health rules;
4.  United States Forest Service camps
5.  State forest service camps
6.  State wildlife management areas or state-owned public access areas which are
      restricted in use to picnicking and boat landing; and
7.  Temporary holding areas for self-contained recreational camping vehicles created by and
     adjacent to motor sports facilities, if the chief law enforcement officer of an affected

     jurisdiction determines that it is in the interest of public safety to provide a temporary holding area.

Plan Review

License Application
and Fees

Construction Guidelines
MHP-RCA Plan Review Application
Plumbing Plans
Local contacts

Prior to construction approval by all agencies

Food, Pools and Lodging License Application and License Fees

"Special event camping area" permit is limited to 3 camping events annually not to exceed seven consecutive days of operation per each event.

Permit Application

Special Event Camping Area Application and Requirements

Contact us

Chris Wenisch, Environmental Health Specialist
Kandiyohi - Renville Community Health Board
2200 23rd Street Northeast, Suite 1080
Willmar, MN 56201

320-231-7800, extension 2535
Fax: 320-231-7888

chris.wenisch@kcmn.us