One of the largest vintage trailer rallies in the country will take place next Thursday and Friday, May 19- 21, at Pismo Coast Village RV Resort in California.
“We’ll have over 300 vintage trailers along with their proud owners,” said Jay Jamison, general manager of the resort, which has hosted the annual Pismo Vintage Trailer Rally for 14 years.
The highlight of the weekend is the open house and swap meet, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 21.
The rally features beautifully restored travel trailers from the 1930s to the 1970s with famous names like Airstream, Boles Aero, Shasta, Silver Streak, Vagabond and Westcraft as well as unique special edition trailers. Many of the vintage trailer owners tow their units with beautiful vintage vehicles with matching color schemes.
“You’ll see Hudson, Ford and Chevy Pickups as well as Willys Wagons and Woody Wagons,” Jamison said. “All the units will be decorated inside and out in vintage décor as the owners celebrate trailers built between 1930 and 1979.”
Resort guests and the public are welcome to join the fun and tour the units during the open house at no charge. However, anyone who is not a registered guest should park outside the resort and walk to the event as parking is not available on site. A local Boy Scout Troop will be hosting a parking area down Highway 1 across the street from the North Beach State Campground. Proceeds from parking will benefit the Boy Scout’s activities.
Pismo Coast Village RV Resort, a 400-site, full-service resort, is affiliated with the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, the Auburn-based trade association representing California’s campground industry.