Just outside of Yosemite is a trailer park with the vintage trailers of your dreams

Vintage trailers are having quite a moment. While they’ve always been freakin’ awesome, it seems people are taking our undying love for them and turing them into outside the box lodging.

RELATED: If you love Airstream trailers, this rooftop hotel in Australia is for you

Like the Airstream rooftop hotel in Sydney, Australia. Or the Pendelton/Airstream trailer collaboration to celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service.

Doesn't this 31-foot Avion Silver trailer look appealing? Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
Doesn’t this 31-foot Avion Silver trailer look appealing? Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
This 31-foot Boles Aero restoration comes complete with white picket fence and flamingo lawn ornaments. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
This 31-foot Boles Aero restoration comes complete with white picket fence and flamingo lawn ornaments. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines

But how about the trailer park that’s refined trailer parks by restoring three vintage trailers just outside of a top-notch national park? Typically when you think of a trailer park it isn’t one that’s set up like Yosemite Pines RV Resort & Family Lodging.

RELATED: The new Airstream trailer gets seriously slimmed down

While they offer typical camping and RV sites, as well as some nicer yurts and cabins you can rent, their restored classic trailer village is where it’s at.

If the interior of the 31-foot Avion Silver doesn't scream retro, we don't know what does. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
If the interior of the 31-foot Avion Silver doesn’t scream retro, we don’t know what does. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
Flatscreen and a retro sound system right about inside the 34-foot Avion Silver. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
Flatscreen and a retro sound system right about inside the 34-foot Avion Silver. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines

Featuring a 34-foot Silver Avion, a 31-foot Silver Avion and a 31-foot Boles Aero, they are certainly not your typical vintage trailers. They all sleep four, have furnished decks with gas grills and are just badass all around. You’ll also get access to the pool and can get shuttled in to Yosemite National Park, skipping entrance fees and the difficulty of parking.

RELATED: An Airbnb for trailers, Airstreams, RVs and campers

Yosemite Pines also hosts whitewater trips and runs a mountain bike rental program. Being a stone’s throw away from one of the most popular national parks around, you should definitely consider this reimagined trailer park if you love vintage trailers. And with it being now being mid-season (and soon off-season), nightly stays start around $139.

Sign us up for the 34-foot Avion Silver trailer. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines
Sign us up for the 34-foot Avion Silver trailer. Photo: Courtesy of Yosemite Pines

h/t Insidehook

More from GrindTV

This is how pro surfer Mick Fanning spends his 'personal year'

Skydiver soars over rare circle-shaped rainbow in video

5 of the greatest long-distance hiking trails on the planet