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If quarantine has you dreaming about a unique vacation with a mix of flash-to-the-past and scenic beauty, The Trailer Pond may be a fun option for your next getaway. You’ll be free to drink wine, relax, enjoy California’s wine country to the fullest – all while enjoying the quaint accommodations of a vintage camper.

The Trailer Pond houses 5 vintage campers that line the edge of a pond, situated in the heart of the 130 acre Alta Colina Winery in Paso Robles, California.

Check out this view of the accomdations! Pretty gorgeous, right?

Each trailer sleeps two, with one double bed. The 1950s-1960s restored campers don’t have bathrooms or showers, but there are shared options on the property. The campers also have mini-kitchens, though you’re not allowed to cook inside them – there’s a shared kitchen space on the property as well!

Each trailer is priced at $250/night, or $3000/weekend for all 5. Additional accommodations may be brought in if you’d like to stay with more than 10 people.

The vineyard also offers a more inclusive package, costing $600/person. This package includes fresh meals, happy hour, and optional activities (like a movie at sunset and wine blending classes!).

Check out these adorable photos of the campers’ interiors!

Just as adorable as the inside (or maybe more so) is the outside aesthetic of these vintage campers.

Each one brings reminiscence of the 50s-60s!

The Trailer Pond has drawn the attention of some celebrities as well. Who doesn’t want to be situated on a 130-acre vineyard, in an adorable vintage camper? Miranda Lampert seemed to enjoy her visit.