Trailer parks are relegated to low income and minority groups, while middle class white folk tend to populate the suburban cul-de-sac neighborhoods just outside of more metropolitan areas. Nana had a real house. Once the word got out, however, and other manufacturers throughout the U. What even is a trailer park? One reason for the differentiation has to do with zoning. This pushes lower income families farther out of town and, thus, farther away from the job source.
This pushes lower income families farther out of town and, thus, farther away from the job source.
Trailer Park Girl
People are always so surprised that I grew up in a trailer park. In fact, suburban neighborhoods and trailer parks are essentially of the same design, yet exist on the two extremes of the socioeconomic scale. Once the word got out, however, and other manufacturers throughout the U. Nana had a real house. It was during this time that a gentleman by the name of James Sweet happened across a newspaper article discussing the housing shortage and wondered what would happen if cheaply-made, light-weight housing structures could be built in a central location, then moved when the individual wanted to relocate elsewhere? This idea that families could live close together in pre-made houses became more widely acceptable, and even desirable. But they never understand that the rectangular home on wheels, with its thin walls and tight quarters, was the last time I felt safe.