Glamping has become something of a global trend, as travel enthusiasts seek a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury. It means no sleeping bag to unroll, no tent to pitch and no fire to build. It means having access to all the conveniences one would expect from a hotel — a queen-sized bed, fresh coffee, bathrobes and dishware.
Sounds perfect, right? Then you need to meet The Vintages Trailer Resort:
Six vintage camping trailers from the 1950s, all restored to mint condition and fitted with a complement of modern amenities.
Tucked away in a fenced neighborhood, they could be mistaken for gems in a trailer aficionado’s collection. But these rolling works of art represent more than just a labor of love. They’re an experiment in boutique lodging, established in Dayton, a small town in the Willamette Valley.
That puts campers within stone’s throw of hundreds of wineries, the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum complex and the small-town curiosities of McMinnville. Not to mention, visitors get to experience the nostalgia of the past with the comforts of the present while staying in the charming camping trailers.
Prices vary between trailers and length of stay. For more information about the trailers and booking info, check out the Vintage Trailer Resort’s website here: https://www.the-vintages.com/