Ramble On In This Tricked-Out Airstream Pendleton Trailer

The classic silver machine joins forces with a heritage outfitter to build a badass limited edition camper.


Airstream has long been the biggest name in beautiful retro trailers, with everyone from NASA astronauts to Matthew McConaughey digging the vintage vibe.

The company’s latest mobile lust object is a limited-edition collaboration with Portland-based woolen goods wizards Pendleton, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service. 

Pop the hatch and enjoy the view.

The 28-foot-long Airstream x Pendleton National Park Edition Travel Trailer has enough room to sleep six passengers, embroidered leather furniture, a rear sport hatch for easy loading and dramatic al fresco dining, two Samsung HDTVs, a Polk audio system, ducted Quietstream climate control, a galley kitchen and even a lighted doorbell. 

Inside the cabin.

Starting at $115,000, only 100 of these Pendleton Airstreams are being made. $1,000 will be donated to the National Parks Foundation for each one sold.

Here’s the floor plan, in case you’re interested.