Three weeks to Alumapalooza! The Alumapalooza 7 program of activities is nearly finalized and can be downloaded now. (Remember, when you arrive at the event site at Airstream, Inc. you’ll want to toss out the preliminary schedule and refer only to the final version you’ll receive at the registration desk.) There’s still room for you … Continue reading Quick News
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of America’s National Parks In recognition of the 100th anniversary of America’s National Park Service, Airstream introduced their limited-edition Pendleton-National Park travel trailer, outfitted with beautiful blankets and other accessories by Pendleton Woolen Mill. Now you can celebrate too, with Pendleton National Park blankets, mugs, magnets, and other items from the … Continue reading Save on National Park Blankets and more!
Two Medicine is the favorite campground in Glacier National Park for many a camper, gaining a 5-star Campendium review. Two Medicine Campground 2 Medicine Road East Glacier Park, MT 59434 406-888-7800 GPS: 48.4871, -113.3675 Elevation: 5207 ft Nightly Rate: $20–30 Open June through October, Two Medicine Campground is a lesser-known area of Glacier National Park, … Continue reading Campground Star: Two Medicine Campground, Glacier National Park, MT
Should you care about the power that comes into your Airstream from the campground? Absolutely. YES. Even newer campgrounds can have problems with their electrical power. Outlets may be mis-wired or damaged in a way that can be hazardous to your health—and the health of your Airstream. Especially on a hot and humid day, when … Continue reading Digital Voltage Monitor
Outside Interests reader Jay Thompson has traveled many times with friends, “either to a specific event or destination or just to travel in our Airstream,” he said. Airstreaming with trailering pals has always been a fun experience for Thompson—and here he offers his guidelines for getting the most out of traveling with others. Limit the … Continue reading Airstreaming with Friends
Most people don’t think about the fat black cable that connects the Airstream to the tow vehicle—until something doesn’t work, like taillights or brakes. It’s called either the “umbilical” or “7-way” cable, and keeping it in good condition is important because it’s the critical link for correct operation of trailer brakes, lights, and signals. The … Continue reading The 7-way cable