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Mobile Home Parks, RV Parks, & Recreational Camps

Florida Department of Health in St. Johns County Environmental Public Health Program

Mobile Home / R.V. Parks and Recreational Camps are establishments that each require an operating permit from the Florida Department of Health. Any changes or modifications to the park facilities must be approved by the Department. The objective of this program is to minimize the risk of injury and illness in this residential environment. The objective is accomplished through routine inspections of these parks and camps ensuring the residents' risks for disease from an environmental origin are minimized.

Mobile Homes

Mobile Home/ R.V. Parks are inspected each year to assure that water supply and sewage disposal facilities are properly maintained, garbage is being properly handled and disposed, and general sanitation of park is maintained in good order, i.e. no junk, stray animals, rodent harborage, etc. If the park has a swimming pool, that is also inspected. Recreational Vehicle Parks must post their site rates and have the current rate schedule filed with the local health department. For information on Health Issues, Business Issues, Application Forms, & other information please visit the Florida Department of Health – Mobile Home Park Web page.

Inspection Reports and Data

Inspection Reports and DataThe Florida Department of Health maintains Inspection Reports and Data.

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COVID-19 Update

Businesses and employers can prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19.

All mobile home/RV park owners need to consider how best to decrease the spread of COVID-19 and lower the impact in their community.

Please see the guidance for general safety:

Best Practices For Park Owners


  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol when soap and water is not readily available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, & mouth with unwashed hands.



  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Parks choosing to close sanitary facilities must have a DOH-issued exemption letter prior to doing so.
  • Practice social distancing - including limiting or halting clubhouse activities.
  • Adjust employee schedules / working arrangements, where necessary, to support social distancing.
  • Suggest any resident with COVID-19 symptoms to seek medical care.
Contact Information

Contact DOH-St. Johns Environmental Health

Apply for a New Permit

To apply for a new permit, download and complete an Application for Mobile Home Park, Mobile Home Park Housing Migrant Farmworkers, Lodging Park, Recreational Vehicle Park and Recreational Camp and submit it, along with a plan of your park, information on the water system, the sewage disposal system, any swimming pools and the required permit fee to:

DOH-St.Johns—Environmental Health

Information on Permit & Service Fee’s is available by calling this Service Center.

(PDF, 352kB)

View the Mobile Home Park rule Chapter 64E-15, FAC 64E-15, Florida Administrative Code (PDF, 352kB)

Mobile homes, lodging and recreational vehicle parks, and recreational camps are licensed annually by the Department of Health in accordance with:

Hard copies are also available for review at this Service Center.

Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Reader may be required to view these files.