Inside Teen Mom Mackenzie McKee’s tricked-out Florida trailer park featuring $25K mobile homes, pool, playground & gym

TEEN Mom OG star Mackenzie McKee is living in a tricked-out Florida trailer park featuring $25,000 mobile homes, in-ground pools, playgrounds and a gym. 

Mackenzie, 27, revealed earlier this week that the lease for her Florida rental home ended unexpectedly, leaving her, husband Josh and their children Gannon, 10, Jaxie, 7, and Broncs, 5, “homeless.”


The family, who moved from Oklahoma to Florida in 2020, is now renting a mobile home at the Sun and Fun Trailer Park Sarasota.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the trailer park’s mobile homes range from $25,000 to $140,000 if purchased and are also available to rent. 

The park is described as a “luxury resort” and “one of the premiere RV resorts in the world,” according to MH Village.

The park could serve as a relaxing getaway or a vacation home, as amenities include an Olympic size pool, two hot tubs, obstacle courses, playgrounds, dive-in movie from the pool, fishing spots and more. 

Recreational activities include miniature golf, tennis, basketball, disc golf and others. 

The Body By Mac owner can workout in their gyms. 

Mackenzie updated fans on her new living arrangements on her Instagram Story and in a YouTube video earlier this week. 

She said in the clips: "So this is where I'm living. In Sun and Fun Trailer Park Sarasota, it's actually like a vacation spot and it's super awesome.”

Mackenzie and her kids had no choice but to find a short-term place of residence, as they had to be out of their home by the end of October. 

Her friends suggested the trailer park, which is "ten minutes" from her kids' school.

She explained: ”I called them and they had one trailer available and I'm like this is my only option. Sold. Here's my debit card.

"I didn't know what to expect and we pulled up after 18 hours of driving. And honestly guys, this place is awesome.”

She also showed off her kitchen, as it features wood cabinets. 




FLORIDA MOVE

In September of 2020, Mackenzie moved to Lakewood Ranch in Florida with her children Gannon, 9, Jaxie, 6, and Broncs, 4, to “grow.”

The mother of three rented a $300,000 beachside Florida home featuring a fireplace and walk-in closet. 

Josh remained in Oklahoma, as the two split when she accused him of being unfaithful with a family member, allegations he denied and she recanted. 

After several months apart, the young father also moved South, as the couple decided to reconcile following the brief split.

As for her Oklahoma home, she listed the abode on Airbnb for $80 a night. 

Mackenzie revealed in a TikTok video that Josh has “worked very hard” on remodeling their Oklahoma home, which has been featured on Teen Mom OG. 

The home, which Josh and Mackenzie bought in 2018 for $156,000, boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms. 

A description on the Airbnb website reads: “Very nice remodeled home. This home has a left wing with its own room and bathroom. With a nice open kitchen and two living room spaces in between, the right side features 3 nice bedrooms with 2 bathrooms.

“You are welcome to get comfy and use the entire home. Two living spaces, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, laundry room and kitchen. Only spaces that are off limits are hallways closets and detached Garage.”

COSTUME CRITICISM 

Mackenzie’s stressful living situation comes amid backlash over her Halloween costume.

Mackenzie and Jaxie dressed up as the late Selena Quintanilla in two of the Tejano singer’s iconic looks. 

One follower wrote: ”WAIT, she went as a 'Latina woman'? Wtf is wrong with her. Martina Martinez checking in.”

A second complained: "The fact that this chick said some pretty racist things and then goes off to cosplay a Latina doesn't sit right.

"Like homegirl really didn't learn ANYTHING. But she'll still get people saying she's just stupid.”

But another defended: ”I'm Hispanic. The costumes do not bother me, since she isn't trying to darken her skin with make-up.”

Mackenzie's backlash followed her controversial statement in January about Vice President Kamala Harris.

She wrote on Facebook at the time: "Sorry, no. There are a lot of amazing women in the world for my daughters to look up to and see as role models. Kamala Harris is not one of them.

"It blows my mind that out of all the amazing colored women in this world, that is the one who is making history.”



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