Opened in 1971, Mission Bay Mobile Home Park was the first “double-wide” manufactured home community in Alameda County. This San Leandro based community features a distinctive early California, Spanish-style architecture. The club house is set behind large lawn areas with a peaceful pond and relaxing fountains.
Mission Bay Mobile Home Park is a 366-space community for seniors in accordance with federal law. This means that at least one person in a prospective tenant’s household must be 55 or older, and no person under the age of 18 may reside in the community.
The Mission Bay Mobile Home Park residents, many of whom are long time home owners, have pride in ownership in their community as evidenced by their nicely maintained homes and yards. In addition, the residents maintain a very active life with activities in the club house and common areas ranging from morning coffee gatherings, card games, exercise programs, potlucks, dances and more. There is never a dull moment at Mission Bay.
The large club house features a main hall with adjoining kitchen, billiard room, card room, crafts room, living room with library, laundry room, and exercise rooms with after work out saunas. A large swimming pool, covered spa, putting green and shuffleboard courts are located next to the club house.
The San Leandro transit system has a regular bus stop inside the park. Within walking distance is a large senior center. This park is located close to the new Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Medical Center serving Kaiser Permanente's greater southern Alameda County area membership.
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