autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite
 

autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite

the brand known for creating modern and stylish outdoor hotel experiences, autocamp, is bringing the airstream trailers to a new destination close to yosemite national park in california. the concept is to make it easy for anyone to connect with the great outdoors and the company also boasts properties in santa barbara, russian river, and are expanding nationally. the new yosemite location aims to be the perfect getaway for anyone that loves camping but also enjoys comfortable accommodation.

autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite

all images courtesy of autocamp

 

 

the designer of the trailers, anacapa , has custom-designed the interiors for autocamp‘s airstreams in collaboration with airstream usa. the trailers are fully fitted with bright, spacious interiors and high spec kitchens, bathrooms and walk-in showers. the modern finishes create a contemporary feel, while the walnut wooden floors bring a sense of luxury to the camping experience.

autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite

 

 

nestled on 35 acres in the sierra nevada mountains, the yosemite property will feature 80 deluxe airstream trailers as well as 15 luxury tents and three cabin suites. the project provides the perfect accommodation for those who want to connect with the outdoors in chic living spaces and enjoy the ultimate ‘glamping’ experience. autocamp are currently accepting reservations for the official opening of the new yosemite national park location in late february 2019. 

autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite autocamp's luxury airstream trailers bring style to camping in yosemite

 

 

project info:

 

company: autocamp

design of the trailers: anacapa in cooperation with airstream USA

location: yosemite national park, california, USA

  • Whether in homes or trailers/RVs, I do not like windows that are above eye level when seated in the most comfortable spot in the coach. Why go somewhere and not be able to see? Has it ever rained on vacation? (my old 2002 motor coach has total views – with the exception of the rear above the bed)

    Jimmy

    Jimmy Xi

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