Since it appears you are trying a Do-It-Yourself approach with no previous experience, my suggestion (and I freely admit I am risk adverse) is to 1. If you belong to a Real Investment Club in your area, they may have a list of preferred vendors, which include real estate attorneys, or 2. Look in your yellow pages under Attorneys and find those who advertise as LANDLORD real estate attorneys (as compared to those advertising as tenant attys.) Call until you find one who claims to have experience in mobile home evictions and abandoned property. A short consultation should allow you to then do the rest yourself.
The risk if you just rely on a layman’s interpretation of your state laws is that if the tenant shows up they could possibly sue for improper destruction/removal of their property. Don’t know about your state, but in mine the same law applies to abandoned property in an apartment, rented house, or rented mobile home. Here there is a minimum time I have to store the property, after the tenant has vacated, before I can dispose of it.