The perfect getaway. Sleeps 1-4. Nature fills the camper with the panoramic windows around the dinette. Embrace the beauty of the outdoors, while also enjoying luxurious and supportive sleep at night. You can even pamper yourself with a hot shower after a long day’s excursion. This little Airstream is very well insulated, keeping heating and cooling needs minimal.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR GLAMPING
• solar power
• soap/shampoo, lotion
• roasting sticks for goodies
• Knork silverware, insulated cups
• campchairs, and fireside blankets (upon request)
• outdoor table & table cloth
• plates, bowls and cookware
• dishrags and paper towels
• extra bedding
• bug zapper
• first-aid kit
• stereo system with bluetooth
Just pack your clothes, grab some groceries and you’re on your way!
Note: This rental can only be taken on paved roads. Dirt and gravel roads are prohibited, except for the "last mile" into a registered campground, where the maximum allowed speed is 10 mph.
PEACE-OF-MIND BEHIND THE WHEEL
At around 3200 lbs. it can easily be towed behind almost any midsize SUV or larger vehicle. We always include the following towing aids and safety equipment to ease your mind, and allow you to soak in the scenery as you drive:
• Rear-view camera to watch traffic around you
• Extended mirrors if needed
• Tire pressure monitoring system for trailer
*** WINTER SEASON CAMPING NOTICE***
November 1st - March 31th
During the coldest months of the year, the Airstream is winterized. This means you'll be able to dry camp and stay nice and cozy, but the fresh water system is off. This is usually only a minor inconvenience. You'll heat your water on the stove and you can usually use the sink drain, shower drain and the toilet with jugs of water like you would when camping normally.
This protects you from costly damages to the water system due to freezing. (The biggest problems are the pump, pipes, tanks and water heater. Repairs for ruptured pipes can cost more than $2000 in addition to the days the trailer is out of commision — which you would be liable for.) However, depending on your destination & weather permitting, we may allow you dewinterize the trailer while you're out. In this case, a $100 fee to re-winterize the trailer upon your return would be assessed.
We will provide a 5 gallon jug that you can fill up with water while you are in town. If you plan on boondocking, you may want to bring more, just to be safe. (They say to plan on, one gallon of water per person per day. It's a good idea to double that, so you don't have water anxiety. Keep your empty jugs in the car and fill them up whenever you find a spigot.) For convenience, you might consider picking up a couple collapsible jugs like the "GSI Outdoors Folding Water Cube - 2.6 gal." from REI. They also make 3.9 and 5.3 gallon versions. I prefer the flexibility of smaller jugs.
For winter dry camping, we will provide:
• One 5 gallon water jug.
• A nice collapsible basin that fits in the sink so that you can easily capture your warm water.
• A one pint hand pail for use in the bathroom. (For flushing.)
• Two gallons of RV Antifreeze. You'll pour a cup into the drains in the sink and shower after you use those, to fill the traps. In many cases, you probably just need to do this before you leave, as an insurance policy in case the heat stops while you're out. But this is entirely up to you.
• A percolator or tea kettle for quickly heating your water on the stove.