Things To Do: Go Glamping With This 1964 Vista Color In Oakland


Photo via The Vintage CaravanPhoto via The Vintage Caravan

Photo via The Vintage Caravan

It’s spring, color is evident and making your next move towards a glamping-home-away-from-home-not-really is clearly the next step.

Once was a cupcake truck in Flagstaff, AZ, a 1964 Kenskill camper has a new purpose in life. Being a semi-quirky glamping spot in Uptown, Oakland. The couple (Ginger & Lewis) fully restored and customized their camper from the wheels up. While rearranging the interior to make things more spacious, they added a full bathroom with a proper flush toilet, sink, and a small shower that recycles gray water into the garden. (Biodegradable soap is provided to ensure it’s safe for their plants and animals.) There is also a full kitchen with a working gas range, double sink, microwave, and fridge. So a fully stocked living space.

Of course, you gotta be o.k. with sleeping in their backyard (also home to live chickens.) For the couple, they prefer their guests to have a little bit of humor — no need for grumpy cats on the premises. If you’re needing a small pick-me-up-and-get-me-away, we’d turn to this small home in an instant.

// Check out the insides below; Vintage Caravan, $75/night (North Oakland), airbnb.com




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Things To Do: Go Glamping With This 1964 Vista Color In Oakland
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