Manufactured homes aren't designed/constructed to be moved. (Mobile homes technically are, but even with mobiles, it really doesn't make much sense in most cases.)
Recognize, too, that the cost would likely be prohibitive.
Finally, the park management might have to approve such an action (even though you'd own the home).
You can buy used mobile homes which can be transported to your property. But it's really not practical with a manufactured home.
We owned a Triple-Wide many years ago, and it was the most luxurious, nicest home we have ever had.
The resale on Mobile homes is very low.
But, you can buy a new one for a very reasonable price and they will move it whereever you want.
With the market where it is, if you have a lot, this may be a very good idea.
Good luck and may God bless
I would talk to the person who would be moving the home to discuss these issues, to get their input as to the advisability of making the move and even to see if there is any insurance to cover any damage if there were an accident or something.