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US Staycation: 7 Of The Coolest RVs On Airbnb

One of the most popular holiday trends in the US this summer is the humble RV: the perfect domestic glamping experience. While many people are renting their own RVs for a summer roadtrip, it’s just as fun to book into one on Airbnb and stay in the one place – less travelling is a good thing right now. These cool RVs on Airbnb range from Airstreams in the Joshua Tree desert to beach-side Miami hangouts…

Best RVs On Airbnb

1. Magical Airstream – Joshua Tree, California

Located on 1.5 acres with stunning desert and mountain views, enjoy a quiet and pristine desert getaway on the doorstep of Joshua Tree National Park, where huge rock piles and hidden canyons await your discovery. You’ll be staying in a 2018 25 foot Flying Cloud Airstream, which is perfect both for singles and couples, providing the ideal setting for a romantic or solitary retreat.

The campervan sleeps 4 guests and costs from $208 a night.

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2. Temecula Wine Country Airstream 74 – Temecula, California

This funky Airstream sits on 2.5 landscaped acres overlooking the Heart of the beautiful Temecula Valley Wine Country. There’s an open air deck for relaxing and a shared pool, and it’s walking distance from no less than SEVEN wineries.

You’ll enjoy all the modern amenities in a luxurious retro style setting. You will feel like you’re in your own private jet! The RV sleeps 2 guests and costs from $160 a night.

3. Malibu Dream Airstream – Malibu, California

This incredible Airstream has been redesigned into a large studio with three large frameless glass panels that slide open to a huge cantilevered deck with unrivalled views of the pristine Santa Monica mountains rolling down to the Pacific ocean below. It’s off the grid, so there’s no cellphone signal – perfect for a relaxing break! Reconnect with nature and disconnect from technology…

It sleeps 4 guests and costs from $600 a night.

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4. Rocket Ship – Joshua Tree, California

This ‘rocket ship’ is a solar-powered sci-fi outer space themed vintage trailer home. We bet you’ve never seen anything quite like it. Repurposed trampolines provide shade from the hot desert sun, while the trailer itself has a comfy queen bed and biodegradable toiletries. The trailer is part of Sunlight Ranch; an observer of Dark Sky Association regulations in order to keep light pollution to a minimum, which creates the perfect stargazing experience.

The campervan sleeps 4 guests and costs from $110 a night.

5. Super Cute Retro Airstream – Wimberly, Texas

Stay here to experience glamping in the Texas hill country! With a hot tub, fire pit, outdoor shower, basic kitchen, queen bed, wifi, TV, small library of western movies, and 10 beautiful creekside acres, this trailer is a hit no matter what the season or the weather. The Dixie Daisy Airbnb provides all the comforts of home in one cute, cozy package.

The RV sleeps 2 guests and costs from $139 a night.

6. Zuma Beach Malibu Air Stream Dream – Malibu, California

Watch the surfers and dolphins in the cute Airstream that’s right opposite Zuma Beach.  This world-famous beach was home to many films, including The Big Lebowski and The Planet of the Apes. There is a king size comfy bed in the private bedroom, a BBQ, bathroom and an outside hot shower for after your day on the beach.

The campervan sleeps 6 guests and costs from $283 a night.

7. Romantic Bus in the Forest – Weaverville, North Carolina

This is not your typical hippy bus! Nestled in a pine forest at the crest of a ridge overlooking the Black mountains, but just 15 minutes from downtown Asheville. It has a super comfy bed, while the main bathhouse is a 30 second walk across the lawn, where you will experience a beautiful mountain view.

It sleeps 2 guests and costs from $67 a night.

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Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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