Over the course of the last 100 years, Airstream trailers have come to be known as icons of adventure. With their iconic shape and sleek features, they are the ultimate symbol of freedom to explore the open road. Once upon a time travelers had to own these beautiful trailers in order to enjoy the thrill of these icons. Nowadays, however, there are a number of parks available across the United States where travelers can rent an Airstream trailer for a weekend and relax in the wilderness. Here are a few of our favorite locations.
Starting at $150 a night, guests here can secure a spot close to the Space Needle for less than the price of some hotels in the area. The 25-foot Airstream comes with a queen-size bed, a full kitchen and even a yard of your own. If you are looking for a rustic camping experience, however, this is not the spot for you. However, if you are looking to get in touch with nature but maintain slightly more comfortable surroundings than you would in a tent, then the luxurious interior and polished exterior make for the perfect glamping experience.
Located in Jackson County, along Interstate 5 and less than 26 miles from the California border is beautiful Ashland, Oregon. Best known for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, this beautiful city is also home to an Airstream known as “Delta Dawn.” This vintage 29-foot trailer was built in 1973 and is full of character and charm. She is located just 3.5 miles from downtown shopping and not far from the Oregon Shakespeare Theater, you are sure to enjoy this trailer and this location.
Big Sur, California
For just under $200 a night, travelers can secure one of two vintage Airstreams on a landscaped campground on the border of the Andrew Molera State Park in Big Sur, California. This private location includes the rental of the Airstream, access to a variety of mountain trails, local pubs, Pfeiffer Beach, and an outdoor pool. Both the 1974 Avion and the 1965 Safari offer comfortable, up to date amenities and the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a weekend away.