We have a fleet of over 30+ renovated Vintage Travel Trailers and Airstream rentals from the 1940s, 50s, and ’60s. They vary in size from 16′ up to 40′ long with amenities ranging from simple & rustic to fully equipped. Each unit has its own unique aesthetic and vintage appeal. All trailers come with all bedding, towels, and basic dish and utensils for cooking.
- Rustic for 1: Twin bed, kitchenette, & public bathroom.
- Rustic for 2: Full bed, kitchenette, & public bathroom.
- Glamper for 2: Full bed, kitchenette, sitting area, bathroom, & public shower.
- Baby Full for 2: Full bed, kitchen, sitting area, & full private bathroom.
- Baby Twin for 2: Two twins, kitchen, sitting area, & full private bathroom.
- Standard for 2: Full bed, kitchen, living room, bedroom, & public shower.
- Bus for 2: Queen bed, kitchen, living room, clawfoot tub, bathroom, & public shower.
- Park Model for 3: Full & daybed, kitchen, living room, bedroom, & full private bathroom.
- Park Model for 3: Two twins & twin daybed, kitchen, sitting area, & full private bathroom.
- Bus for 4: King & two twin daybeds, kitchen & full private bathroom.
- Family for 4-5: Full, two twins, & a fold-down. Kitchen, living room, & full private bathroom.
- Double Decker for 6: Full master bed, 2 twins, & full loft. Kitchen, living room, & full private bathroom.
A simple, inexpensive way to stay with all the basics: water, electricity, and heat. Fully made twin or full bed, Kitchenette, and public bathrooms nearby.
The 1950s Shasta is an absolute delight for one person. It is part of our Rustic collection and has all the basics: water, electricity, and heat. This cozy private pod has a simple stovetop for cooking and an original bench-style seating nook surrounded by windows. A great getaway for people who appreciate minimal and intimate. The Shasta sits at the South/Center of the grounds at the end of a gravel drive near the Pavilion, Deer, and Aloha Campers. Guests staying in this accommodation are welcome to use any of our three heated, private/public bathrooms & showers in the nearby pavilion.
The Deer Camper is part of our Rustic Trailer collection, which makes for a simple, inexpensive stay. It is hunting themed and has all the basics: water, electricity, and heat. Its original booth-style dining seating is great for playing games and eating. The Deer Camper is situated against our South fence between The Aloha and Shasta Trailers. Guests staying in this accommodation are welcome to use any of our three heated, private/public bathrooms & showers in the nearby pavilion.
The Aloha is a cozy little nook, perfect for two! Booth-style seating and a full bed. This trailer has water, electricity, and heat. This little cutie sits against our South fence between the Orange Schoolie and Deer Camper. Guests staying in this accommodation are welcome to use any of our three heated, private/public bathrooms & showers in the nearby pavilion.
Glamper campers have water, electricity, heat, a full bed, kitchenette, sitting area, bathroom, & use of public showers.
The Arrowhead is a super cute 1960’s Vintage Travel Trailer. It has booth-style seating which makes for a sweet space to hang and play games. It is conveniently located in the inner trailer court just outside the main Lodge, with a toilet, picnic table and firepits. (The Arrowhead has a small working oven).
The Potato Bug is a 1953 Airstream Wanderer with a full-sized bed. This curved, arch-shaped trailer is one of our coziest. It has a fire pit and is situated in the inner trailer court next to the outdoor stage and Art Gallery Trailer.
Perfect for friends or couples, these baby trailers have 2 twin beds or a full bed, a bathroom, a shower, and a kitchenette with a fridge and stovetop for cooking. They also have a sitting area but not a full living room.
The Boles Aero is a cute 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer. This baby trailer has a small wooden deck/platform and a dining area great for eating in or playing games. The trailer is west facing, has beautiful natural light, and is centrally located next to the lodge, coffee stand, outdoor stage, Thrifty, and Red Bus Theatre.
The Silver Streak is a charming 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer. The two twin beds in an L-shape make this cute and cozy trailer perfect for two single folks. This trailer is west facing, has beautiful natural light, and a grassy nook for campfires and picnics.
The Estrellita (“Tiny Star”) is a 1953 Boles Aero Travel Trailer. It is one of the most spacious in our Baby collection. The warm peach wall color gives it a southwest, desert vibe. One of our more private trailers with adjacent parking and a sweet and romantic energy.
The Moroccan is a 1969 Boles Aero Travel Trailer part of our Baby collection. It has a beautiful bright blue, original kitchen stove, and booth seating. The details in this space are truly one of kind and make the Moroccan live up to its name. A sweet and romantic space for two with fire pit and lush nook for picnics.
The Fireball is a cute and cozy 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer with bench-style booth seating and original turquoise vintage sink/stovetop. Its East and West facing windows provide soft morning and evening light and sits in our East trailer court.
The Airstream is an authentic 1960’s Vintage Travel Trailer and has two twin-sized beds, making it perfect for two single folks. Located in a sweet cove under the trees, with a fire pit and picnic table, this space has a lovely sense of privacy. (Adjacent parking).
The Kenskill is a late 60’s model. It has a spacious seating nook and is positioned to let in natural light from sunrise until sunset. Situated in our East-most trailer court near the Buena Vista and Rocket Trailers.
These Park Models have full or queen-sized beds, a half bathroom (no shower), a kitchenette, and a living room. Guests staying in these accommodations are welcome to use our heated public/private showers nearby.
The Prairie Schooner is spacious & private with great natural light and a writing desk. It’s one of the only trailers with a front porch, which faces the forest. It sits quietly off the beaten path for a private feel and a fire pit and adjacent parking.
The Picnic Trailer has a full bed and a music lounge. The back door leads out to a wooded picnic area and outdoor stone fireplace. This trailer is stand-alone with adjacent parking.
The Buena Vista is a beautifully renovated 1947 single axle Spartan. It has a luxurious red, wrap-around seating nook and a full bed. This shiny gem sits near the Bluebird Schoolie in our East-most trailer court.
These full-size trailers offer a more spacious stay with all the luxuries of a studio apartment: Most have a private bedroom, kitchenette, living area, and bathroom with shower or tub. Each has a full bed as well as a twin daybed.
The Spartan Manor is a 1953 Spartan with a roomy feel with classic birch paneling. It has an open layout, making it great for hanging out. It faces west into the coastal woods and is conveniently located in the inner trailer court adjacent to the Main Lodge, with a picnic table and firepit.
The Old Spartan is a 1953 Park Model and is the original Artist Residency Trailer. With white walls and a minimalistic aesthetic, this trailer has a bright, airy feel. It faces west with beautiful afternoon light and is conveniently located in the inner trailer court by the main Lodge, picnic tables, and fire pits.
The Zelmar Cruiser’s unique kitchen layout features a Formica table with built-in bench seating and retro-style curved walls. The white and light blue exterior paint highlights the trailers’ wave-pattern edge, making this one of our most photographed trailers. The Zelmar sits in our inner trailer, tucked alongside lush coastal foliage and near the outdoor stage.
The JC Penny is named after the former manufactured home that once stood in its place. It is a stylish 1952 Spartanette privately situated on the SW corner of our grounds facing the coastal forest. This is a great space offers privacy and has a picnic table and firepit. It showcases the art of Larry Yes and has lots of vintage flairs.
The Westcraft is a beautifully refurbished 1952 Vintage Travel Trailer located by our street-side garden with views of the sunset and Seaview beach approach. There are only two (known) of its kind, so it truly is a rare gem! The interior has a remarkable wood finish fused with retro décor, giving it a fresh and classic feel.
The Earl is a super spacious, standard-sized 1957 Vintage Travel Trailer. Its high ceilings (for a trailer that is) make it great for hanging out with a small group, having meals, and playing games. Among one of our faves, it has tasteful, kitschy flair and a romantic appeal. It sits in our Central trailer court near the Jet and Vagabond trailers and has a picnic table and firepit.
The Jet is a spacious, standard-sized 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer. Its high ceilings (for a trailer that is) make it a great space for hanging out with a small group, having meals, and playing games. Much like the Earl, it has tasteful, copper flair and a sultry vibe. The Jet sits near the Earl and Westcraft Trailers and has a picnic table and firepit.
The Rocket is a late 60’s Silver Streak Continental Rocket Supreme. This renovated trailer showcases elegant gold and navy wallpaper by JuJu Papers and Carson Ellis. There are two twin beds, making it perfect for two single folks looking to share a space + a fold-down twin bed that can be set up in the living room. The Rocket sits in our East-most trailer court near the Fireball and Kenskill trailers with a great view of the sunset.
The Blue Bird is a romantic, luxury bus. It has a wonderful clawfoot bathtub, a lot of natural light, and is very elemental. Enjoy your meals at the breakfast bar with views of the grounds. Sunrise light filters through soft curtains into the bed-nook. The Blue Bird sits along a garden strip in our East-most trailer court near The Buena Vista Trailer. Guests staying in this accommodation are welcome to use any of our three heated, private/public showers in the nearby pavilion.
These full-size trailers offer space for the entire family. They’re also great for friends who want to bunk up together. They have a private bedroom, twin bunks in the hall, a kitchenette, a living area, a full bathroom, and a fold-down couch suitable for youth.
The Royal Mansion is a classic gem among Vintage Travel Trailers. There are pendulum globe lights hanging in a curved, oversized front window that make give this trailer a classic and romantic feel. It faces west and is conveniently located in the inner court adjacent to the Lodge, picnic tables, and fire pits.
The Imperial Spartan Mansion is our longest family-sized 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer measuring 40’ – great for hanging out, playing games, or having a meal. A special feature just outside the master bedroom is a freestanding sink and vanity separate from the bathroom. The ISM faces the coastal woods and has a picnic table and fire pit and neighbors the Silver Streak and Prairie Schooner Trailers.
The Vagabond is a 1950 Vintage Travel Trailer that came all the way from Iowa to be resurrected to its’ former glory of compound curves and birch paneling. The bathroom is a ‘wet bath’ and more spacious showers are available nearby in our pavilion. The Vagabond sits in our central trailer court and has a small wood porch, full-sized bed + twin bunks, fire pit, and picnic table.
This classic Greyhound is an excellent option for families with king-sized and two twin daybeds. It has curved birch paneling, handcrafted lighting, custom wallpaper by juju papers, and a minimalistic, yet 70’s-esque feel that is sure to ground you. It has a cook-top, fridge, ¾ tub/shower, and private bathroom. There is an oven available in our outdoor, community kitchen.
Full master bed, 2 Twins, a full loft. Kitchen, living room, full private bathroom.
Deluxe for up to 6:
This Double Decker Trailer is an extremely popular tri-level 1953 Vintage Travel Trailer. It is the only one in our Deluxe Trailer collection. The first floor has two single beds, the second floor has a master bedroom with a full-size bed, and the third-floor platform has a loft-style full-size bed accessed by a ladder. The spacious kitchen and dining room are great for a group or family gathering. Nestled in the corner of the inner trailer court, close to the fire pits and outdoor stage. Quite the sight to see, this mammoth trailer is decorated with a wild array of African art made from recycled materials. Kids love it here!
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