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Best Vintage Trailer Hotel (2022)

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  • Waypoint Ventura

    Waypoint Ventura
    Ventura, California

    This vintage trailer hotel by the beach offers 20 beautifully restored trailers that include individual decks, Frette linens, free wifi, televisions, microwaves, refrigerators and Zenology bath amenities. Guests can make use of complimentary bikes, communal fire pits, lawn games and barbecues.
    Photo courtesy of Waypoint Ventura

  • The Vintages Trailer Resort

    The Vintages Trailer Resort
    Dayton, Oregon

    This Willamette Valley trailer resort has a “neighborhood” of rental trailers within the larger RV park. Each unique trailer comes with pour-over coffee from Caravan Coffee, bathrobes, hotel-quality linens and a propane grill for cooking. Park amenities include a pool, lawn games and a nearby dog park.
    Photo courtesy of Gregor Halenda

  • Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor Resort

    Camp LeConte Luxury Outdoor Resort
    Gatlinburg, Tennessee

    At Camp LeConte in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, travelers can choose between two retro camper sites, Glamping at Tiffany’s and The Ruby Slipper. All guests, whether staying in the campers, safari tents, treehouse or tent sites, enjoy free wifi, a swimming pool and a picnic pavilion.
    Photo courtesy of Ian Nicely

  • Hart's Camp

    Hart's Camp
    Pacific City, Oregon

    Hart’s Camp celebrates the nostalgia of summers past through their seven unique Airstream rentals. Each has its own private site with air conditioning, bathroom and kitchen, as well as amenities like flatscreen TVs with cable, free wifi, gas grills, fire pits and access to European-style bikes.
    Photo courtesy of Hart's Camp

  • Caravan Outpost

    Caravan Outpost
    Ojai, California

    Caravan Outpost comprises 10 classic caravans set in a garden in downtown Ojai. Each has air conditioning and heating, a private bathroom and a fully functional kitchen. Amenities include rental bikes, private garden areas and complimentary to-go coffee.
    Photo courtesy of The Adventure Buddies / Caravan Outpost

  • Paradise Shores Camp

    Paradise Shores Camp
    Bridgeport, California

    California’s Paradise Shores Camp offers an RV experience to travelers without an RV of their own. The resort’s fully equipped rental trailers typically include a queen bed and pullout couch, full bathroom, living area and a kitchen with basic cookware and utensils. Every trailer comes with AC, an outside seating area, barbecue and a fire pit.
    Photo courtesy of Paradise Shores Camp

  • The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms

    The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms
    Queen Creek, Arizona

    The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms sits amid a working peach farm in the San Tan Mountains of Arizona. Visitors can stay in one of nine refurbished vintage Airstream trailers, each equipped with a flatscreen TV, AC, private bathroom, microwave, coffee machine and a front yard with patio furniture and a fire pit.
    Photo courtesy of The Cozy Peach at Schnepf Farms

  • CampV

    CampV
    Vancorum, Colorado

    Located on 120 acres at an old Vanadium mining camp just outside Naturita (Spanish for “little nature”) in southwest Colorado, CampV is a getaway for creative dreamers. The project includes three air-conditioned Airstream trailers equipped with cooking essentials, a Nespresso coffee machine, luxury amenities in a private bathroom, and an outdoor fire pit and table. Take advantage of the internet connection to stay in touch with civilization as much as you want, or simply disconnect and enjoy the high mountain desert solitude.
    Photo courtesy of Austin Halpern

  • AutoCamp Yosemite

    AutoCamp Yosemite
    Midpines, California

    Each custom Airstream at AutoCamp Yosemite has its own private patio and campfire, as well as a Tempurpedic mattress and spa-inspired bathrooms. Amenities include a freshwater pond and pool, heated outdoor furniture, community fire pits and a daily shuttle to and from Yosemite National Park.
    Photo courtesy of AutoCamp

  • JuneBug Retro Resort

    JuneBug Retro Resort
    Weaverville, North Carolina

    June Bug is a collection of ten vintage campers on fifty acres of the Blue Ridge in western North Carolina that doubles as a vacation destination and unique event space. This resort is located in a remote valley with a half-mile stretch of riverfront, and the restored campers range from a 1950 Spartan tandem that sleeps four to a cozy 1963 Shasta Astrodome, all equipped with modern amenities. Enjoy the multi-level treehouse during the day, relax in a hammock hanging over a creek, or rent the entire venue for a wedding or reunion that will not be forgotten.
    Photo courtesy of JuneBug Retro Resort

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