If you are a fan of camping and of all things vintage then you are going to love what we have for you today. These 5 cool retro trailer park resorts are scattered all around the country and are the hot new trend in camping. Forget sleeping bags and tents, these are where you want to stay!
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The Vintages Trailer Resort
First up, the Vintages Trailer Resort located in Oregon. Located right in the heart of Oregon wine country, the resort features 35 vintage restored trailers, with 23 different styles including Spartans, Vagabonds, and Shastas. Situated along tree-lined streets, it looks to be a charming place full of vintage charm!
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Our next find is Camp LeConte in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This glamping destination offers a variety of camping choices, including two vintage 1960 Shasta campers named Glamping at Tiffany’s and the Ruby Slipper. Definitely a cool option if you are thinking of traveling to the Gatlinburg area.
If you love Airstreams as much as we do, then the Caravan Outpost in Ojai, California should be top on your trailer park resorts list. Ten gorgeous Airstreams nestled among the palm trees await visitors who are looking to get back to nature while still enjoying all the amenities of a resort atmosphere. Featured among such sites as Dwell, Men’s Health, and InStyle, just to name a few, this is one of our favorite trailer park resorts we are sharing today.
Junebug Retro Resort
If you are in the North Carolina area you have to check out the Junebug Retro Resort in Asheville, North Carolina. According to the site, they have 10 restored vintage trailers and the property stretches over 50 acres that also includes a river that runs through the property. You can also book the entire campground for private events, such as wedding parties or family reunions.
The Shady Dell
The Shady Dell in Bisbee, Arizona has something for everyone. The Shady Dell started way back in 1927 as a resting spot along Highway 80, which stretches from Georgia to San Diego. Now it’s home to 13 various trailers including a Tiki Bus, a 1955 Kropf Trailer, and a wide array of other vintage beauties. All of the trailers are equipped in vintage decor and are beyond cool. If you are a vintage trailer fan this should be #1 on your list of trailer park resorts to visits!
If a road trip is in your future and you have a chance to visit any of the 5 trailer park resorts we have shared today we would love to hear about your experience. Comment below and let us know!
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