There’s nothing more iconic and recognizable in the camping world today than the rounded corners and polished aluminum finish of a genuine Airstream travel trailer. Wally Byam designed the first Airstream in 1929, and today both vintage and modern versions are seen on the road and in campsites around the country. Book a trip to glamp with Fido in one of these pet-friendly campgrounds and resorts featuring the famous Silver Bullets.
Posted by Lauren Barker
Flying Flags RV Resort
Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground is a luxury camping experience like no other. Fido can join you in one of the Superior Airstreams, which sleep two people. Each one has been refurbished and decorated in a different theme. Four-legged guests are also welcome at the Canned Ham/Airstream site, which features one of each trailer and sleeps four. Cabins, vintage trailers, and safari tents are also dog-friendly. Your pup will enjoy meeting new friends in the off-leash dog park, at the Fireside Lounge, or while dining on the patio of the Campfire Café. Guests may also bring their own RV or tent. During your visit, travel five minutes down the road to OstrichLand USA, where leashed canines are welcome on guided tours that allow you to feed and visit with ostriches and emus.
Two pets up to 60 lbs are permitted to stay in Airstreams, cabins, cottages, trailers and safari tents for an additional fee of $50 per stay. Pets of any size are allowed in tents and RVs for no additional fee. Nightly rates for Airstream rentals start at $129.
Emberglow Outdoor Resort
Visit the rolling hills of western North Carolina with Fido and stay in Helen, a restored 1959 Airstream Falcon, at Emberglow Outdoor Resort. Helen is equipped with a kitchenette, bathroom, an outdoor deck and fire pit. Emberglow is nestled on 72 acres just 15 minutes from beautiful Lake Lure. Human amenities include a resort-quality pool, community fire pit, playground and sports fields. Pups will enjoy the miles of hiking trails and their own dog park. In addition to the Helen Airstream, furry guests are allowed in the primitive treehouse, two yurts and a glamping pod. While you’re exploring the area, visit Chimney Rock State Park and enjoy panoramic views of Hickory Nut Gorge and Lake Lure, and see Hickory Nut Falls, one of the tallest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River.
Two pets of any size are permitted in the Airstream and other units for an additional fee of $15 per pet, per night. Fido is welcome at tent and personal RV sites for no additional fee. Nightly rates for the Airstream start at $95.
Juicy’s Airstream Retreat
What better place to take Fido than an Airstream Retreat named after a dog? Juicy’s Airstream Retreat even features Juicy–a fluffy, white ball of fur–on their logo. This coastal glamping experience is “pawfect” for large families and group outings. It features three vintage Airstreams, each with a unique theme, and a Ship House which sleeps an additional eight people, for a total of 20 guests. It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere, The Little Mermaid, and The Big Chill each include their own deck and offer easy access to the fire pit, hot tub and covered tiki bar. Enjoy a delicious seafood dinner with a view in nearby Rockport at Moondog Seaside Eatery.
Pets of any size are accepted for an additional fee of $50 per stay. Nightly rates start at $549.
Glamp with your pooch in an Airstream trailer at AutoCamp Yosemite. Spa-inspired bathrooms, queen-size beds under a panoramic window, and climate-controlled heating are a few of the perks you’ll enjoy with your pet. Relax in a luxe robe next to the fire pit on your private patio while dinner cooks on the grill, meet new friends at the community campfire, or kick back with your pup in one of the hammock groves. Cabins and luxury tents are also pet-friendly. During your visit, explore the great outdoors with your hound at Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. You’ll feel like you’re in another world while walking among granite monoliths, waterfalls and Giant Sequoias.
AutoCamp Yosemite welcomes two dogs up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $75 per stay. Nightly rates start at $179.
Sou’wester Historic Lodge and Vintage Travel Trailer Resort
Escape with your pup to 3 beautiful acres on the Washington coast at Sou’wester Historic Lodge and Vintage Travel Trailer Resort. Book the Potato Bug glamper vintage trailer, a 1953 Airstream Wanderer with a full-size bed, or the Silver Streak baby trailer from 1953 with two twin beds and a private bathroom. If you prefer a little more privacy, The Airstream, a 1960’s trailer, is nestled in a cove surrounded by trees. Human guests may enjoy the Garden Spa and Finnish Sauna, shop in the Thrifty travel trailer shop or sip on a warm beverage in “The Q-Tea” tea trailer. In addition to the Airstreams, there are over 30 other pet-friendly vintage trailers, cabins and lodge suites available for a memorable vacation with Fido. While you’re there, explore the Long Beach Peninsula and spend a day walking Fido in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark on the 8.5-mile Discovery Trail, a paved oceanfront pathway stretching from North Long Beach to Ilwaco.
Sou’wester Historic Lodge and Vintage Travel Trailer Resort permits dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per stay. Nightly rates start at $98.
Hotel Luna Mystica
Escape to the Mesa of Taos and relax with Fido at Hotel Luna Mystica. This campground and vintage trailer hotel has three Airstream trailers and 19 additional vintage campers. Spend the night in Apollo, a 1960 Southern Pacific Railroad Airstream that once rode the rails providing accommodations for railway workers; Ralphie, a 1962 Airstream Overlander with a southwest canyon vibe; or Sundance, a 1961 Silver Bullet with an outlaw theme. No matter which one you choose, you’ll enjoy the New Mexico sunset from your private deck and a sky full of stars above your private outdoor fire pit. If you don’t feel like cooking, grab dinner and a drink just across the street on the pet-friendly patio of Taos Mesa Brewing. You might even catch live music on one of their three outdoor stages.
Hotel Luna Mystica allows two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $20 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $108.
Caravan Outpost is home to 11 vintage Airstream trailers, five of which allow furry friends. Book Lala, Earl, Yeti, Frida or Audrey, and you’ll feel at home with a queen-size bed, foldout full-size bed, kitchen and bathroom. Unwind by listening to Fido’s favorite tunes on the record player with an assortment of vinyl to choose from. Each Airstream has an outdoor sitting area, and although the outpost is located in downtown Ojai, the garden oasis will make you feel like you’re miles away. The Mediterreanean climate of the Ojai Valley makes the perfect location for growing grapes. Take the time to visit Topa Mountain Winery with your pooch, and grab a seat on the patio or explore the 2 beautiful acres of outdoor space.
Caravan Outpost welcomes two dogs up to 40 lbs for an additional fee of $40 per pet, per stay. Nightly rates start at $194.
For a truly memorable experience, pack Fido’s bag for Hart’s Camp Airstream Hotel & RV Park. Dogs are welcome in the Arrowhead, Kumbaya, Slingshot, Switchback, and Bandana Airstream units. Each camper is equipped with bathrooms, kitchenettes and either bunk or queen-size beds. Spend time in your private outdoor space with a fire pit, BBQ, outdoor shower and fenced yard, or meet new friends around the horseshoe pit, cornhole boards, or at the common grounds campfire. Hart’s Camp is just steps from the beach, and your pup will enjoy hiking and dipping his paws in the Pacific at Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint.
Hart’s Camp Airstream Hotel & RV Park allows three dogs of any size for an additional fee of $25 per pet, per night. Nightly rates start at $169.
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