Since they debuted in the 1930s, the Ohio-based Airstream trailer has become an iconic symbol of camping in the United States and one of the oldest—and most successful—players in the RV industry.
But with some Airstream models costing well over $100,000, the “silver bullets” remain out of reach for many. If you’ve been wanting to try out Airstream living without the commitment of purchasing one, check out Airstream 2 Go.
Airstream 2 Go has a fleet of 28’ International Signature trailers and offers them ready-to-pull with a Chevy Tahoe LTZ. You just pick up the SUV and trailer from any of their four locations—in Las Vegas, NV; Los Angeles, CA; Bozeman, MT; or the Preserve, RI—and head out on your own road-trip vacation.
Each Airstream trailer can sleep 6 people and comes with high-end sheets and towels, a fully-equipped kitchen, air conditioning, and a bathroom with shower. It’s a home-away-from-home experience, even boasting a flat panel TV and iPod interface for music.
Airstream 2 Go provides everything you’d need to camp, including all cooking supplies, 6 camping chairs, a gas grill for cook outs, and a camp table—complete with lantern—for outdoor eating. This means you can just pick up your Airstream and head out, without the hassle of buying, packing, and organizing all your stuff.
Even though renting is much less expensive than owning an Airstream, that doesn’t mean it’s cheap. Airstream 2 Go off-peak rates start at $2,400 for a 3-day trip.
These types of rent-and-go campers are increasing in popularity. A recently-launched company in Denver rents out fully-equipped camper-vans for long or short road trips through the Rocky Mountains.