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    21 Campers And Other Unique Stays On Airbnb To Book For Your Next Vacation

    Whether it's a staycation across town or a retreat on the other side of the country, these super unique Airbnb stays are worth ~gassing up~ for.

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    1. A cozy caravan in Terlingua, Texas that boasts pretty incredible views and is walking distance from the Historic Ghost Town and Starlight Theater. Planning my road trip as I type...

    the porch of the caravan at dusk, with a telescope and a day bed

    Promising review: "The caravan location is perfect if you are seeking for a quiet and peaceful getaway. It’s fully furnished for cooking, sleeping and any kind of weather. Everything is very clean, including the bathhouse. The bed outside in the porch adds a romantic flair to your stay if you like stargazing." —Shea

    Price: $160/night

    2. A spacious surfer van parked right by the water in San Diego so you can live out your California beach dreams. There's even a surfboard valet service to bring boards and wetsuits right to your door if you're looking to catch some gnarly waves. 🤙

    the interior of the wood paneled van

    Note: there's no running water or bathroom available in the van, so this stay is best for those looking to experience ALL that van life has to offer... including the less luxe parts.

    Promising review: "The van is a gem! We watched the sunset and played at the beach the next day. I would highly recommend to anyone who loves to explore and adventure nature in the most authentic way!" —Kristen

    Price: $155/night

    3. Or go for a slightly more luxurious van life experience in Makawao, Hawaii. This van has a toilet, outdoor shower system, fridge, and all the beach essentials you could want for your movie montageworthy adventure.


    Note: drivers must be at least 25 years of age, have a valid driver's license, and have an active full coverage auto insurance policy.

    Promising review: "The van was everything we hoped for. From Hana to Kapalua, it lived up to all expectations. Tired after lunch? Pull up to the beach, open the doors and listen to the waves. My husband is tall and fits just fine in the comfy bed. Lindsay was the nicest, most accommodating person in the world. She was happy to help us with finding campgrounds or what was the best place to hike it where to find the cheapest gas. We would definitely do it again." —Phyllis

    Price: $300/night

    4. A covered wagon nestled in Colorado City, Arizona (not confusing at all) so you can embrace your inner Laura Ingalls Wilder. Plus, you'll be central to Zion National Park, Cottonwood Canyon, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, and more popular Arizona attractions.


    Promising review: "Must see — how many people can say they spent a night in a covered wagon? Such a unique stay and prime location on the border of Arizona and Utah. When you open the door to your wagon the mountains greet you and the small window at the back of the wagon gave us a beautiful view of the moon." —Ariel

    Price: $105/night

    5. A gorgeous carriage in Topanga, California in case you want to feel like the ~main character~ in a whimsical romance novel. There's even an old copper tub for you to take a candlelit bath in... *swoon*.


    Promising review: "Wonderful enchanted little spot! Spent a relaxing couple of days here, definitely recommend it." —Sofia

    Price: $154/night

    6. An Airstream surrounded by trees that's smack dab in the middle of Brooklyn (yes, it's true). Bonus: it even has a hot tub so you can soak under the stars — and the city lights, ofc.


    Promising review: "Fabulous glamping! I love the Columbia Waterfront District and Red Hook and it was cool to be in the heart of it...with a hot tub! This is a very cool setup in a cool neighborhood. The airstream is well-appointed and comfortable. And the garden is a great place to relax and soak. The hot tub is amazing! There are lots of restaurants and bars nearby plus the ferry to Governor's Island. " —Erin

    Price: $303/night

    7. An adorably restored vintage trailer right in the Santa Monica mountains I'm pretty sure is the definition of ~getting away from it all~ without having to say goodbye to things like running water or Wi-Fi.


    Promising review: "Great spot! We stayed here for a couple of days while visiting LA and everything was beautiful and comfortable. I especially loved the little deck with a gorgeous view of the mountains. The composting toilet was easy to use and I enjoyed the outdoor shower." —Sophie

    Price: $123/night

    8. A vintage trailer at No.9 Farms in Ashland City, Tennessee that's frankly the only ten I see. Resting on over 40 acres under a pavilion that features a gorgeous outdoor bathhouse, kitchen, outdoor covered deck, and a personal fire pit, this stay is truly glamping to the max.


    Note: though there IS Wi-Fi, owners report some not-so-stellar phone service, and the trailer doesn't have a TV. But honestly, who needs one anyway when you're staying on SO much gorgeous land?

    Promising review: "This listing is a RARE BEAUTY. You'll stay on a modest farm with impressive land, wooded away from the hosts and the main road for perfect privacy, all a short drive from Nashville. The vintage airstream was something to write home about, and delightfully decorated." —Bethany

    Price: $208/night

    9. A quaint, pet-friendly trailer offering you a cute and kitschy weekend away in Palm Springs, California. Described as "a time capsule with modern comforts" this trailer is perfect for hikers, bikers, and photographers with its unobstructed view of the mountains and easy access to nature trails.


    Promising review: "Our stay was WONDERFUL! We arrived and Jess was so friendly and welcoming, and our little camper was so cozy and beautiful. The place is really centrally located, and we wish we could've stayed longer just to hang out in the space!" —Heather

    Price: $140/night

    10. A well-preserved mid-century trailer that'll take you back in time in Taos, New Mexico. This dog-friendly (!!) Airbnb offers breathtaking mountain views, a huge fenced yard, and multiple decks for maximum sunset viewing potential.


    Promising review: "In person this place is even more magical than it looks in pictures. The view and the sunrises, sunsets and starry skies were unreal. The trailer was so cozy and perfectly decorated." —Erin

    Price: $104/night

    11. An off-grid RV at Camp South Rim in Williams, Arizona for some low-waste glamping near the Grand Canyon. Enjoy a day of hiking before heading back to your temporary home to kick your feet up by the propane fire pit and enjoy the starry landscape.


    Promising review: "This RV is the perfect Arizona 'camping' experience for all those who hate camping like me! The turf mats outside let you enjoy being outside without the mess. The camper is heated, spacious, easy to operate, has all the necessities and an amazing landscape." —Lis

    Price: $189/night

    12. An Airstream on the coast of Half Moon Bay, California that has the potential to be the most picturesque getaway of your life. Grab a buddy and take a drive up the Pacific Coast Highway for a gorg coastal photoshoot.


    Promising review: "Had a short staycation with my dog here. The location is amazingly beautiful and serene. Originally I had planned to go hiking and spend some time at the beach but we ended up cancelling our entire itinerary and spent most of our time sitting on the deck enjoying the view, sun, and getting some reading done." —Nicki

    Price: $346/night

    13. An Airstream by the sea in Gold Beach, Oregon if you're more of a west coast glamper. This trailer rests on a picturesque bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Nesika Beach and comes complete with a hot tub and fire pit for an even dreamier stay.


    Promising review: "This is a gem! I’d definitely recommend this for a quick getaway on the coast!" —James

    Price: $160/night

    14. A vintage canned ham trailer that's a total time capsule in Gulf Breeze, Florida just a few minutes from Pensacola Beach. The host provides beach chairs, umbrellas, coolers, snorkels, inner tubes, and fishing supplies free for you to use, so all you need to worry about is relaxing.


    Promising review: "Small quaint and secluded spot. Great value & location is amazing! Also give Butterbean a hug from me when you see her." —Jason

    Price: $79/night

    15. A little red camper at Jackrabbit Ranch in Twentynine Palms, California where you can hike, stargaze and explore to your heart's content before settling down in a *super cute* mini-RV. Bonus: it has a yoga platform to help you reach full ~zen-mode~.


    Promising review: "We absolutely loved our stay in the little red camper! It was just the reset we needed. If you are looking for a true glamping experience where you you can unwind and just connect with the outdoors then this is the place for you." —Susan

    Price: $126/night

    16. A 20-foot container cabin with great views and access to the river at Casita Blu in Ingram, Texas that will make your followers green with envy. While a little more stationary than some of the other options here, don't count Little Verde out just yet — this cute cabin comes complete with canoes so you can venture out on the water when the heat gets too stuffy!


    Promising review: "Perfect for a weekend getaway. Everything you need and more. Especially loved the swing to relax in the morning and my son thought the outdoor shower was super cool (there's also one indoor). We thought it might get hot due to the Texas heat but the AC worked incredibly well. You can't beat the view and access to the river and you're only a 15-20 min drive to Kerrville if you're looking for some neat restaurants." —Paige

    Price: $99/night

    17. A 2016 Flying Cloud Airstream in Joshua Tree, California with a two-person, charcoal-fired hot tub so you can enjoy some stargazing away from the hustle and bustle of city life.


    There's also a projector provided on request for outdoor movie nights and a stock tank pool for the warmer months!

    Promising review: "Great clean place with all the amenities to make your desert stay perfect. Really enjoyed watching the Super Bowl on the projector while grilling under the stars. Jenn also provided great resources to plan out our day; we went on the short oasis hike. Highly recommended if you’re looking for peaceful place to soak in the natural scenery that Joshua tree has to offer." —Joseph

    Price: $223/night

    18. Or a 1974 Airstream trailer surrounded by avocado trees on an organic ranch just a short drive from Ojai, California, and five minutes from the beautiful beach town of Carpinteria. This is the California everyone must've been dreamin' about...


    Promising review: "Beyond charming! If you love Airstreams you will be over the moon! This place has it all and then some! A beautifully updated 1974 Airstream, an oversized deck, gorgeous gardens, a fire pit, a bird watching area! Tranquil private setting among oaks and avocado trees. Stars galore and so so quiet! All this 10 mins to the beach and charming downtown Carp! We watched the sunset then ate and drank delicious seafood and craft cocktails at Little Doms seafood. Can’t wait to go back!" —Marc

    Price: $225/night

    19. A cute little backyard Airstream smack dab in the center of Miami, Florida perfect if you feel torn between a rural getaway and an urban adventure. This cute camper gives you the ability to enjoy a glamping experience while still being close to those cocktail bars.


    Promising review: "Sergio's airstream is exactly what you need if you're taking a quick trip to Miami and don't mind minimal living. It's a quick ride to/from the airport and the Miami Marlins play right down the street. A walk to little Havana is about 20 minutes and if the weather is right, the walk is delightful." —Matthew

    Price: $64/night

    20. A 2015 Keystone Hideout in Bend, Oregon that can turn even the unhappiest camper's frown upside down. The RV sleeps four and has a fully functioning kitchen, Wi-Fi, AC, and even a TV. If you dream of taking a family camping trip in the Oregon woods but don't want to deal with all the setup/gear that it requires, this camper is calling your name.


    Pst. You can even hang out with the host's horse Dusty and if that's not enough to have you booking your getaway ASAP, I don't know what else I can say.

    Promising review: "What a great little spot!! If only I could’ve captured the looks on my kiddos’ faces when we first arrived—they were BEYOND ecstatic (and ultimately loved every minute of their surprise stay here)! It was all equally enjoyable for me, too—so many wonderful little touches that just made for an overall happy energy in this place!" —Taylor

    Price: $125/night

    21. And an adorable camper on Enchanted Oaks Farm in Ocala, Florida perfect for curling up in after a long day of road tripping. With AC, a mini-fridge, a full-size bed, and plenty of farm animals to boot, what more could you need?


    Promising review: "The Enchanted Oak Farm is a magical place! It was perfect for my daughter and I on our short getaway. A great escape from home and a quiet place to unwind and let go of the stresses of the outside world. This serene farm managed to make us feel at home but with a fun camping twist. It was the perfect balance of 'glamping' and embracing nature. Adding to the fun, the animals were a great addition to our experience. The property was picturesque and just as beautiful as we were hoping for! The bathrooms, tiny cabin, and camper were clean and comfortable! The outdoor games were a fun surprise as well the cute swing by the pond! We hope to come again soon!" —Kristen

    Price: $75/night

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