I stayed in the most adorable little vintage trailer a few weeks ago at the Vintage Trailer Resort in Dayton, Oregon down in the Willamette Valley. Dayton is halfway between Dundee, Oregon, and Historic Downtown McMinnville, Oregon.
I had planned this as a romantic anniversary getaway and it would have been so perfect for that, but sometimes plans just don’t work out. So, instead, I took my three kids and it worked out great for that too. So, there ya go. If you are wanting to hit up lots of Willamette Valley wineries this is a great place to stay.
Vintage Trailer Resort
Go glamping in style in one of the 36 one-of-a-kind Airstream trailers that have been lovingly restored and customized for a delightful stay. The trailers deliver a blast from the past with a modern twist that is sure to leave an impression.
1951 M-System Special Deluxe Trailer
We stayed in the 1951 M-System Special Deluxe trailer which sleeps 3 Adults or 2 Adults and 2 Children.
This trailer had the following:
- Queen Size Bed with Lots of Pillows
- Private Bathroom with Toilet and Shower (really tiny)
- Fine Hotel Quality Linens and Towels
- L’Occitane Bath Amenities
- His and Hers Robes
- Caravan Coffee
- Outdoor Patio Area with Chairs and Table
- Outdoor Propane BBQ
- Dishes & Silverware including wine glasses and corkscrew!
- 2 Cruiser Bikes
- Small Flat Screen TV
Get ready to live like royalty! The trailers come fully equipped with everything you need for a top-notch hotel experience, from luxurious bedding and bath products to cozy lounge and bedroom areas. And don’t worry about being disconnected from the world – They’ve got high-speed Internet and smart TVs for all your entertainment needs. So pack your bags and get ready to experience the ultimate in comfort and convenience on the road!
The trailers include gourmet pour-over coffee from Caravan Coffee. I had to read the instructions a few times, but I finally figured it out and it was pretty good coffee. FYI – there is coffee in the office which would have been much faster!
Some of the larger trailers have an outdoor tub!
The resort had a heated pool and a hot tub. Kids are only allowed in the pool until 8 PM, but they didn’t enforce it when we were there.
Here is the refreshing outdoor pool. There’s also a cozy fireside area where you can make s’mores with some lounge seating that screams comfort.
The views were pretty great and I enjoyed the sunset.
Besides tons of wineries, McMinnville is nearby. Here you will find a great McMenamins, Hotel Oregon. We dined at their rooftop restaurant for lunch and the views were fab. The other restaurant we went to was Community Plate. It’s a good place to go for breakfast or brunch. McMinnville is also home to the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum and Wings and Waves water park. Each of these are super fun for families. Check current rates!
Pets are allowed
16205 SE Kreder Road
Phone: (971) 267-2130
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