The Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream – Home Away from Home

The Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream will be manufactured to pay tribute to the National Park 100 years. Pendleton and Airstream have teamed up to built a camper that not only honors the nation’s sacred lands but also makes it a home away from home.


The 28-foot trailer like most camping vehicle was made to make camping outdoors comfortable. But, unlike most trailers, the Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream is not built for every budget. The trailer features a stainless steel sink, 8” deep sink and cooktop with glass. The trailer’s flooring is made of harbor plank vinyl that looks a lot like real hardwood flooring. When it comes to the interior walls design the wall features the map of Yellowstone, considered as the world’s original national park.


By the way, every detail of the trailer has been considered to make it a home away from home, from the handle and doorbell to the cabinetry. Included in the interior design is Pendleton embroidered ultra leather and woolen fabrics. Come to think of it! Even the bed includes custom-embroidered Pendleton shams and woolen blankets, throw pillows, bed pillows, hand and bath towels and pet bed.

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Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream also features an air-conditioning to keep the inside of the trailer cool in the summer season. Plus! Two HDTV’s, equipped with high definition polk audio system and Blu-Ray player. The trailer comes with queen size bed, roomy living spaces, and stowable table so everyone have enough space to move around as the trailer can sleep six people.


Unfortunately, only 100 Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream will be produced. So, it is best to grab one now before it is too late. The trailer has a suggested retail price of $114, 600 and already available at dealers across the country. Each of the trailers comes with a commemorative badge. And since the trailers will be manufactured to celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service, Airstream will donate $1,000 for each camper sold to the National Park Foundation, a worthy cause that will certainly benefit all park visitors.

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