These charming 1960s travel trailers can be rented out for a unique camping experience on the California coast. They’re only a short walk from the beach and the many local restaurants and attractions in San Clemente.
Each of the four vintage trailers sleeps four adults and a small child in an overhead bunk. None of them have their own bathroom, but there are facilities located nearby. Outside, the trailers each come with an awning for shade and seats to relax in. These are their four options currently available:
Their Muir trailer, a refurbished red Shasta, is cozy and stylish. It comes with a full bed, cooking area with a three-burner stove, a fridge, and a comfy gaucho couch. The kitchenette is fully stocked with pots and pans, as well as plates, cups, and utensils.
Likewise, their Drifter trailer is an old Shasta that’s been restored and repainted a charming blue. It comes with all of the same features and necessities, like paper towels, beach towels, coffee, and soap. The firepit is perfect for making s’mores, while the outdoor grill is a summer BBQ essential.
Their Roadrunner trailer is a quaint, pale yellow Shasta with wings. It has a sleek interior that has been updated with beautiful wooden cabinets and lovely matching curtains. Like their other three trailers, it comes with a full bed, small cooking area, and outdoor amenities including a picnic table.
Last but certainly not least, their Wrangler is nice and spacious. The restored trailer features a full bed, dining area, cooking area with a sink, and more than enough wooden cabinets for storage.
These vintage trailers are managed by local camping group The Holidays. During Peak Season (April 1 – October 31), their trailer rentals are priced at $209 per night. Throughout the rest of the year, the cost drops to $189/night. The trailers are located on dry camping sites, so hookups are not available. They’re mostly solar-powered, but a generator is needed to power the A/C, microwave, and outlets (at an additional fee).