Airstream Celebrates 100 Years of National Park Service

Iconic trailer maker Airstream just announced at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in Salt Lake City, which runs through Sunday, a model created for the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.

While the price tag might be a tough pill to swallow for most, clocking in at over $114K USD, the serious nomad with a few extra bills to float won’t blink twice.


Airstream partnered with another American classic company, Pendleton Wollen Mills from Oregon, to create an interior with a lodge-like feel and rustic-style decor.

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Replete with woolen blankets, leather furniture and highlights by Pendleton, a company that made its first Glacier National Park blanket 100 years ago, this limited edition trailer of awesome is 28 feet long and sleeps up to six people.

There’s only about 100 of these bad boys slated for production, and for every sale Airstream is giving $1,000 to the National Park Foundation, a partner charity to the park service.