You can rent apartments, houses, tiny homes, tipis, and all sorts of amazing dwellings on Airbnb. But for our money, there's nothing cooler than renting an Airstream trailer. There are dozens of these silver streamlined beauties available on Airbnb from coast to coast in big cities and tiny towns. Whether you're looking for a glitzy glamping experience in Los Angeles or want to hunker down in the middle of nowhere, you're sure to find just the right place among these 20 cool Airstreams for rent on Airbnb. Some are vintage trailers, lovingly renovated, while others are fairly new, but all of them offer a unique experience no hotel can match. Note: Most of these Airstreams will accommodate up to four people (albeit snugly), but a few can sleep only one couple comfortably.
Prices and availability are subject to change.
Nightly rate: $110
Sip your morning coffee in the sitting room of this Airstream and gaze out over downtown L.A., which spreads out below your hillside perch. Spend the day exploring the City of Angels, do some grocery shopping in the nearby Echo Park neighborhood, then head back and whip up a culinary creation in the renovated kitchen. You'll find a two-burner gas range, fridge, toaster oven, and plenty of space to cook. Then, enjoy dining al fresco at the backyard picnic table and watch the sun set over the city.
Nightly rate: $69
If space is what you crave, this Airstream is the one for you. It's situated on a wildflower-strewn half-acre with a commanding view of Mount Elder and the San Francisco Peaks in the distance. Downtown is a 10-mile drive, and Sedona is 40 miles away. Ski slopes and the north rim of the Grand Canyon are also within driving distance. If you'd rather stay put, there's a picnic table and fire pit for late nights under the starry Arizona sky.
ROMANTIC STREAMSIDE RETREAT
Candler, North Carolina
Nightly rate: $78
This Smoky Mountains retreat is just 20 minutes from downtown Asheville, North Carolina, but you'd never know it. This fully renovated Airstream is tucked into the trees on 10 acres of tranquil hillside land, with a gorgeous shabby-chic interior. There's room to sleep two; a cute kitchenette with mini fridge and microwave; reclaimed cabinetry; and raw-edge shelving; tiled bath with vessel sink; plus a small deck outside and a mountainside stream nearby.
REFURBISHED 1975 AIRSTREAM
Nightly rate: $130
This Connecticut charmer for two is a gardener's delight, tucked away off a private drive in a yard that's a certified wildlife habitat. There's an open-air "gazebo" decorated with reclaimed architectural accents that shelters a funky, rustic wooden dining table big enough for a small party, plus a cute fire pit, a propane grill, and comfy lawn chairs scattered around the landscaped lawn. Start your day with complementary muffins, scones, or breakfast bread, and fresh fruit, delivered by your host, then head out to explore nearby Mystic, with its famous aquarium, and the beaches along Block Island Sound.
THE LAND YACHT
Joshua Tree, California
Nightly rate: $103
If getting away from it all is your goal — but you don't want to be too far from civilization — this Airstream could be your desert oasis. Located near the northwestern entrance to Joshua Tree National Park, this trailer has unimpeded views of the desert landscape from the large wooden deck, plus a shaded outdoor dining area and inviting stock-tank pool to stay cool during the hot summer months. The interior of this Airstream isn't as modern as some, but all the basics are there: bathroom with tub, kitchen with three-burner stove and mini fridge, and room to sleep four. And if you get tired of all that nature, Palm Springs is about an hour's drive.
Nightly rate: $130
This hidden gem, a 1977 model, is located on a hilly 7-acre farm on the fringe of the Chattahoochee National Forest. There are trails and streams to explore on the property, and kids will love visiting the small farm that the hosts operate nearby, where you can visit the couple's three goats, nine chickens (plus a rooster), and their shaggy Great Pyrenees, Max. Spend the evening relaxing in the Japanese soaking tub on the massive covered deck or relax on the ample outdoor lounge furniture. If you visit in October, be sure to check out the annual Georgia Apple Festival in town; Gilmer County, where Ellijay is located, is the state's self-proclaimed apple capital.
Nightly rate: $67
This Airstream is located on a small lake within the self-proclaimed world's largest tiny home community. Located just a few miles north of downtown Orlando and less than 20 miles from Disney, Universal, and SeaWorld, there are ample entertainment options within an easy drive. Or just relax lakeside. There's a free kayak you can use, as well as paddleboards for rent, or just chill out on the 1,000-foot communal lakeside dock and watch the ducks paddle by. Want to get a better taste of small-house living? There are a half-dozen other tiny homes you can rent in the development. With polished brass fixtures and honey-brown wood paneling galore, you'll feel like you're back in the '80s.
OFF-THE-GRID GOAT FARM
Rogue River, Oregon
Nightly rate: $70
Ever wanted to learn how to milk a goat? The opportunity is yours when you stay at this Airstream with room for three, located on the 24-acre Pholia Goat Farm, which gets all its energy from solar power. Meet the farm's herd of Nigerian dwarf goats and help take them out to pasture (if the weather's nice), watch the milking process, or — if your timing is right — take a cheese-making class from one of your hosts. Located in southwestern Oregon, you're just 75 miles away from Crater Lake National Park and about 40 miles from Ashland, home of the annual Shakespeare Festival.
HOLLYWOOD HILLS GLAMPING
Nightly rate: $260
You'll feel like a star when you stay at this Airstream nestled 1,400 feet up in the Hollywood Hills above Los Angeles. Watch the clouds drift through the canyons, shoot a selfie with the Hollywood sign in the distance, or watch the sun set over the city from the comfort of the trailer's wraparound deck, which has ample seating for friends and a fire pit to keep things cozy on cool nights. Unlike some Airstreams, this one doesn't have a kitchenette — with views like this, who cares? — but there's a mini fridge and a coffee maker, and there are plenty of restaurants nearby. Unlike most Airstreams on our list, this one is designed for only two people.
HUDSON HIGHLANDS BASE CAMP
Cold Spring, New York
Nightly rate: $180
New Yorkers in need of a break from the rat race can step off a Metro-North commuter train, walk 20 minutes, and find themselves at this woodland retreat. It's just steps from several hiking trails that wind their way up the steep hills of the Hudson River Valley, while downtown Cold Spring's restaurants, shops, and galleries are a 10-minute stroll toward the river. Cold Spring is also a great base for day trips. Visit the funky town of Beacon and the Dia:Beacon modern art museum, just two stops north by rail. Or, hop in the car and drive about 25 miles west to the Storm King Art Center, one of the largest outdoor collections of sculptural and landscape art in the world.
WINE COUNTRY CLASSIC
Nightly rate: $145
Located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego, the Temecula Valley is home to more than two dozen wineries. Spend a day walking or biking between vintners (there are seven nearby), then enjoy a bottle of your favorite vintage while sitting on the 800-square-foot deck and enjoying the view of Inland Empire that spreads out beyond the beautifully landscaped grounds. Or, take a dip in the shared above-ground pool (there's a second Airstream, also available on Airbnb, adjacent), and unwind in front of the fire pit as the sun goes down. This trailer sleeps two.
BLUEGRASS STATE SUITE
Nightly rate: $95
Tucked behind a Victorian home in the Ohio/Chestnut Street neighborhood, you'll find this restored 1960-model Airstream, which can accommodate four. Relax in the backyard in one of the Adirondack chairs by the fire pit, or explore one of the local craft breweries or distilleries. This is one of the smaller Airstream models, so there's just room for two.
SMOKY MOUNTAIN VINTAGE
Bryson City, North Carolina
Nightly rate: $68
Wake up to the sound of the Tuckasegee River, literally a stone's throw from the entrance to this vintage Airstream located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Go fishing or kayaking on the river, take a hike along one of the numerous trails that meander through the national park, or spend a lazy afternoon driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway, then head down the hills into nearby Bryson City.
REMODELED DOWNTOWN GEM
Nightly rate: $59
Located north of downtown in the Roosevelt neighborhood and just blocks from Hance Park, this Airstream has been lovingly refurbished inside and out. Host John Michael says it took six months to renovate the trailer, and it shows. There's a modern kitchenette with microwave, fridge, sink, and butcher-block counter, plus a tiny, but sleek bathroom with tiled shower and vessel sink. Outside, you'll find a hammock, gas grill, and patio furniture for four in the xeriscaped yard, perfect for relaxing in the desert evening.
Pensacola Beach, Florida
Nightly rate: $135
You can't get much closer to waking up on the beach than you can in this Airstream situated right on Santa Rosa Sound and across the street from the Gulf of Mexico within a small RV community. Unlike some trailers, this Airstream is just 2 years old, with a full kitchenette including a three-burner range, and enough sleeping space to accommodate six people (albeit snugly). There's a small deck outside, plus access to a barbecue grill and a shared swimming pool. Shops, bars, and restaurants in Pensacola Beach are a short walk to trolley ride away. There's room for up to six people in this Airstream, so bring the family!
MODERN AND MINIMAL
Nightly rate: $59
You won't have to walk far to find live music, breakfast tacos, or barbecue when you stay at this vintage Airstream. Inside, there's room for four people and a full kitchenette; outside, there's a small landscaped yard and deck. Located in rapidly gentrifying East Austin, you're just a few blocks from Franklin Barbecue (line up early!) and the bars and restaurants along East Sixth Street. The bars and clubs of the Red River Cultural District, where you can hear everything from rap to country to rock, are a quick bike or scooter ride away.
TRAILER IN THE REDWOODS
Crescent City, California
Nightly rate: $70
Peace and quiet is what you'll find if you choose this Northern California Airstream, which has room for two people. It's is tucked away amid towering redwoods on 2 acres of private land, and the hosts kindly request quiet time after 10 p.m. Sit quietly on the small deck outside, and you may see deer and other woodland critters creep past. Or, head down to Crescent City and visit the historic Battery Point lighthouse, spot seal lions in the harbor, or go hiking amid the trees at Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park.
THE PALM FARM
Nightly rate: $130
You'd never guess you're just miles away from Florida's Space Coast and historic Kennedy Space Center, tucked away in this Airstream. It's located a 9-acre palm tree farm teeming with wildlife. You may spot osprey, hawks, marsh rabbits, even a rare bobcat as you lounge on the deck, and there's a fire pit close by for chilly nights. The walkable grounds are a paradise for birders, photographers, and anyone who loves nature. This 2017-model Airstream is one of the smaller Bambi Sport models — just 22 feet long — so it's best suited for singles or couples.
BED AND BICYCLE
Nightly rate: $165
About halfway between San Francisco and Santa Cruz, Pescadero offers easy access to the ocean and several state parks where the redwoods grow tall. Spend a lazy morning cooking breakfast in the renovated kitchenette or lounging in the cozy bedroom, then hop on a bike (two vintage yellow cruisers are provided) and head into town to explore or visit the nearby Harley Farms Goat Dairy. The Pacific Ocean is 3 miles away, just past the Pescadero Marsh National Preserve. This Airstream sleeps up to three people.
'ROSIE' THE RETRO RENTAL
Nightly rate: $125
The stars at night are very big and bright in tiny Terlingua, a "ghost town" on the edge of the Big Bend National Park. Sleep under that cosmic canopy in this restored 1970-vintage Airstream, located on a 5-acre ranch. Mix up some margaritas and sip them while you enjoy the magnificent Chisos Mountains in the distance, or mosey into town to explore abandoned and restored buildings that date back to the silver-mining days of the early 1900s. There's room for three in this trailer.
Have a groovy Airstream trailer of your own? You can also become a host on Airbnb and rent out your space to make some extra cash.