The U.S. National Park Service debuts an all-inclusive Airstream

The U.S. National Park Service will celebrate 100 years in August of this year—the perfect excuse for taking that long-delayed road trip across the country. To make that trip more enjoyable, Airstream has teamed up with Pendleton Woolen Mills to create a trailer that blends aesthetic pleasure with practical needs.

The trailer design takes into consideration important elements like convenience but also puts an emphasis on the unique experience of visiting national parks. A rear sport hatch opens up to offer a better view of nature. A stowable dinette table makes it possible for nature appreciators to set enjoy dinner with a view. Cooking was also taken into consideration in the final design. The trailer comes with a sink (eight inches deep), steel oven and cooktop (equipped with a glass cover).

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