Pendleton, Airstream & NPS Team Up to Celebrate National Park Centennial

Celebrate the NPS Centennial with this Airstream travel trailer

Pendleton Airstream

When you think RVing, there are a few things that come to mind such as wide open roads, campfires and laughing with the family. A few of you also might have thought of America’s National Park system or the classic Airstream. What if there were a way to combine these two RVing icons into one?

Wonder no more, because it’s been done with the 2016 Pendleton National Park Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer. Let’s get an in-depth look at this limited edition Airstream including the idea behind it, some of the unique features and how you can get your hands on one of these beauties.

Introducing the 2016 Pendeleton National Park System Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer

This unique ride is a collaboration between Portland, Oregon-based textile company Pendleton, Airstream and the National Park system. The trailer is an homage to the National Parks System, which is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2016. There are several features which the companies put into the RV to make sure you’re always thinking of the National Park System and its 51.9 million acres of protected natural resources. 

Features of the 2016 Pendleton National Park System Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer 

You get a classic 28-foot Airstream travel trailer, manufactured to sleep up to six people with some of the latest technological innovations from Airstream.

Some of the highlights of this limited edition Airstream include:

  • Twin Quietstream air conditioning units packed with a whopping 15,000 and 13,500 BTUs.
  • 39-gallon fresh water tank
  • Two Samsung HDTVs with Blu-Ray
  • Marine grade Polk audio system
  • Three burner cooktop with stainless steel oven
  • Queen bed
  • Solar array ready for off-the-grid camping
  • Rear-open hatch to accommodate outdoor equipment like kayaks
  • OceanAir roller shades

That’s a few of the highlights you can get when you choose this unique Airstream model. There are also several added amenities and features to make this Airstream worthy of the National Park partnership such as giant map of Yellowstone National Park in the galley to spark some adventure, panoramic windows towards the front to give you a great unobstructed view of your scenery and a plethora of different Pendleton throws, towels, upholstery and even dining sets to make sure you get that cozy feel that you get when exploring America’s National Park System.


How to Buy the 2016 Pendleton National Park System Foundation Airstream Travel Trailer

Unfortunately, only 100 of these beauties were produced by Airstream to commemorate 100 years of service by the National Park System. There is a bit of a price tag on them as well, the travel trailer will set you back approximately $114,000 depending on options and packages but $1,000 from every National Parks edition Airstream is donated directly to the National Parks.

If you want more information on this travel trailer or already know you want one, visit Airstream’s website for the Pendleton. From their page, you can research the specifications of the model, find a dealer, as well as research other amenities and features.

The National Park Service will spend 2016 celebrating its 100 years by offering unique programs, special offers and more collaborations such as the one above for Airstream and Pendleton. 

While you may not want or need a 100th Anniversary Special Edition Airstream trailer to celebrate the park’s centennial, you can show your love for our park system this year by visiting one or several of the many sites overseen by the National Parks Service.

If you want to be even more supportive, consider getting an annual parks pass or donating time or money to your local National Park site. Showing your love will help ensure that we get another 100 years of our lovely National Parks.

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