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1947 Prairie Schooner

Known for it's "breadbox" style this was built in the era after WWII, using the same techniques used to build the bombers. These were often used as a home away from home for servicemen across the US. 

Enjoy this vintage trailer with a queen size bed, couch, Formica bar, and bathroom with sink and shower. Perfect for glamping; it includes a refrigerator for your essentials and an electric kettle, coffee/tea, for your morning sunrise. Enjoy the firepit and stargazing at night! 

Avion Camper Trailer

1975 Airstream 

Everyone loves an Airstream! Super cool vintage trailer with so much character. Sleeps 2 with a queen bed, bathroom with shower, Formica table, reading chair seating and a sink. Of course it includes a refrigerator for your essentials and an electric kettle, coffee/tea, for your morning sunrise and maybe yoga on the covered pavilion. 

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1973 Holiday Vacationer

A super fun trailer with a full bed, table seating, sink, and bathroom with shower. It includes a refrigerator for your essentials and an electric kettle, coffee/tea, for your morning sunrise. The décor reflects a merchant ship named The Nonsuch which sailed from England in 1668, to trade for furs in Hudson Bay. The Nonsuch replica is located at the Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg.  A historical book is available for your reading pleasure. 

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1972 Avion 

Avion travel trailers were first introduced in 1956, built in Benton Harbor, Michigan and are some of the highest quality ever built. The Avion has sleeping for 2, bathroom with shower, couch, bench seating and a sink. It includes a refrigerator for your essentials and an electric kettle, coffee/tea, for your morning sunrise. Step outside to the fire pit for smores and stargazing. 

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