AutoCamp and Airstream have announced an investment into AutoCamp to fuel the growth of its Airstream-focused experiential lodging business. The agreement designates AutoCamp the exclusive lodging partner of Airstream, as AutoCamp continues to develop and operate its trademark design-focused outdoor lodging properties across North America.
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“For decades, Airstream has served as a symbol of adventure, iconic design, and American culture,” said Neil Dipaola, founder and CEO of AutoCamp. “We are excited to begin this new chapter in our partnership with Airstream and continue to create memorable experiences for a new generation of travelers looking to connect with the outdoors.”
AutoCamp and Airstream have worked together since 2016, when AutoCamp opened its second location in California in Sonoma County’s iconic Russian River Valley. AutoCamp’s fleet of custom, mid-century modern trailers are produced by Airstream exclusively for the company. The same model featuring walnut plank flooring, skylights, and spa bathrooms is currently available at AutoCamp’s recently opened Yosemite National Park location.
The 31-foot Airstream model is built exclusively for AutoCamp and features large private bedrooms and expansive living and kitchen areas. Each Airstream sits on a custom-designed outdoor living space with a firepit and handmade outdoor lounge furniture.
AutoCamp has secured a commitment from Airstream to deliver units for its upcoming properties, including Cape Cod, which will open mid-2020, and several additional properties which will be announced within the next 12 months.
“Building on our successful partnership with AutoCamp allows Airstream to get a foothold in the $218 billion hospitality industry, where we can directly compete with the likes of hotels, Airbnbs, and VRBOs,” said Bob Wheeler, Airstream president and CEO. “AutoCamp’s best-in-class approach directly aligns with our premium brand expectations. We’re excited to build on our previous success together.”