Airstream Basecamp: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Goin’ Glampin’
Camping out is one of the most popular activities in the Pacific Northwest, but is it really camping if you have hot water, panoramic windows, a large bed, hardwood floors and a full kitchen? Recently we traveled to Fort Flagler State Park on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula for a few days in the Basecamp, the latest offering from Airstream. The company knows a thing or two about camping — Airstream has been churning out campers since Wally Byam built the first one in 1929. For our trek into the “wilderness”, Airstream provided the trailer, Nissan provided the tow vehicle, and Mother Nature provided the cold, rainy weather as we set out to discover what this type of high-end, small-footprint camping is all about.

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