Congrats on looking into this business! It can be a great one. If you are really interested in this business I almost insist you educate yourself first. You can start for free by reading all the posts on this forum and on mobilehomepark.com. There is a ton of great information.
If after reading the posts and you still believe that this is the industry you want to get into, then either get F&Ds home study course or attend the bootcamp. I have talked to enough eager investors who got into this business without the education and are struggling. And these are very bright business folks. The issue is that parks are not like other types of investments, including apartments.
The education will be helpful when you talk to a seller or bank for your first deal. Remember that if a seller is going to finance, they also want to make sure that you know what you are doing. Last thing they want is to take back a park that has been run to the ground by a buyer.
My second bit of advice is to write down your goals and objectives for this industry. Treat it like a business. You would not start a business without a written plan (or you should not). It does not need to be detailed or perfect, just enough so your thoughts are clear. This will make it easier when you start evaluating parks.
Keep plugging and ask questions. Lots of great knowledge on both forums and people in this industry are helpful, not cutthroat like other RE Investment arenas.