Alumafandango—in three weeks!
Alumafandango-ers, by now your Get Ready Guide and preliminary program are in your inbox!
There’s something for everyone at Alumafandango 2016, from art lovers to foodies and history buffs, to those who just want to chill by the pool.
We’ve scheduled plenty of Airstream workshops, too: hands-on practice sessions include propane handling, PEX plumbing, and fire safety.
Those not attending can still get a sneak peek of our sold-out event in California—limited to only 100 trailers —at the Alumafandango blog.
Registration is open for Alumaflamingo, coming in February to an awesome new location near Daytona, Florida.
Our preliminary program will be published in the coming weeks, but start planning your visit now. It’s always fun in fabulous Florida, and there’s lots to see and do in the area near Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach where Alumaflamingo will be held February 21–27, 2017.
Learn more about the area at the Alumaflamingo blog.
Expect late February temps to be in the sunny 70s during Alumaflamingo. Only 150 sites are available, all with water and electric (and pump-out available). Reserve your spot soon!
Links You’ll Like
“Part of it is a little tongue in cheek, making fun of the whole small house movement…but part of it is also, wouldn’t it be cool?” said Kendall Dorman of his dollhouse sculpture featuring tiny Airstreams, now on display through January in Washington, DC. in the National Building Museum. Read more about Dorman’s Airstream influence and the “Small Stories” exhibit.
“Airstream camping is as cool as you think,” states this article on the ABC10/KXTV site. Not exactly Man Bites Dog, but we agree, Mr. Carlmark.
The “Experience Columbus” Airstream is a “mobile media lounge” used to distribute information to political reporters. Check out the full-body photo wrap.
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