Classic Trailers

An Airstream Trailer Park In The South Of France


Slip away to the South of France beneath the Pyrénées Mountains and… glam camp your pants off in an Airstream trailer. Creators, Perry and Coline have gathered and furnished retro Airstream trailers dating from 1940 through the 1970’s from all around America and Europe. Insisting that their park embodies, “Trailer Flash” and not “Trailer Trash,” you can be assured each unit has a fabulous story all it’s own.

The BelRepayre Trailer Park boasts ten, period styled, Airstream trailers for your selection. Choose from the Safari trailer that belonged to a traveling Magician or the ’73 Airstream found in a cowboy’s back yard in New Mexico or the ’72 Airstream shipped over from a nudist camp in Florida. Oh la la, if tin can walls could talk!

Plus, you can enjoy their Airstream diner, sipping wine in the gardens, sunning on the hardscape, rockin’ in the vinyl lounge, fresh croissants delivered in the AM, and oodles of dynamo retro details scattered about camp.

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