Visiting Willamette Valley wine country? Consider staying at The Vintages Trailer Resort in Dayton, Oregon. A short drive from Dundee and McMinnville, the location is ideal if you’re planning to go wine tasting. On top of that, staying in a trailer makes for a fun and unique getaway!
Many thanks to The Vintages for hosting my stay. As always, all opinions are my own.
The Vintages: 1963 Airstream Overlander
The Vintages Trailer Resort comprises of over 30 different fully restored trailers — from the spacious Royal Spartan (complete with a soaking tub!) to the classic silver airstream — each decorated in a different style. Whether you’re visiting wine country for a romantic getaway, family vacation, or friends trip, you’ll find a trailer at The Vintages that suits your needs.
For our girls wine country getaway, we spent two nights in the 1963 Airstream Overlander. The trailer is set up with two twin beds, a sofa sleeper, wood details, and faux sheepskin rug. Hello midcentury modern vibes!
The trailers are fully restored and come with hotel-like amenities, like air conditioning and heating, comfy bathrobes, mini fridge, microwave, flat screen TV, coffee and tea. The 1963 Airstream Overlander also offers a private bathroom with toilet and shower, but the trailer resort also offers bathroom and shower facilities, if you prefer to use those.
Each trailer is also equipped with an outdoor propane grill, dinnerware, and cruiser bikes. A few community facilities were closed when we visited (due to the pandemic), but there are fire pits, a pool, and a general store on the property.
This is my first time staying in an airstream trailer, and it definitely won’t be my last. I loved how The Vintages is located right in the heart of wine country, which made it easy to get to the wineries, restaurants, and sights on our list.
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Note: This post is in partnership with The Vintages. I received a complimentary overnight stay at The Vintages. This was not in exchange for a positive review and all opinions expressed here are my own. A special thank you to Kara Stokes for help with photography.