Your Weekend Involves Fire, Wine and an Airstream

A New Campsite Comes to Guerneville. And So Should You.

By Lauren Sloss ·
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Your next weekend trip involves a trailer park.

Just does.

But hear us out. Because rather than being out of our goddamn minds, we bring word of Airstreams on a picturesque piece of redwood forest right by the Russian River.

Sure, we’ll go on.

It’s called AutoCamp, and it’s just opened in Guerneville for weekend retreats with outdoorsy dates. Here’s some visual proof.

About those Airstreams: they’ve got 24 of them, plus 10 fancy canvas tents with Casper mattresses, nicer-than-your-usual bath products and other key amenities. Like wi-fi.

All are fine means of relaxing after a full day of exploring the property’s walking trails, engaging in competitive games of bocce or biking into nearby Guerneville for lunch. Or if you need some inspiration, just swing by the Frank Lloyd Wright–esque clubhouse to see what’s on for the day. Probably something of the canoeing and hiking variety.

Regardless of how you spend the day, an evening around your trailer’s personal fire pit with good company, snacks and a bottle of wine seems pretty necessary. You can find said wine at the AutoCamp shop, which is also stocked with other, equally important camping essentials.

Like beer.
Lauren Sloss

Lauren Sloss requires a climate that allows her to wear motorcycle boots daily. She likes her bourbon neat and her martinis dirty, and would like to be the lead singer of a punk rock band when she grows up.


14120 Old Cazadero Rd
(near Hwy 116)
Guerneville, CA, 95446


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